While trekking through Illinois on vacation, I was sure to pack enough medication for a long trip (within the legal limit allowed by law, of course). During the drive and in hotels, I was able to eliminate all cannabis smell with my new Smell Proof Bag by Ooze.
I have always been interested in smell proof bags, especially years ago when discretion was of upmost importance. But smell proof bags were not designed with the detail and function they are now. Now, companies are producing bags that are top-notch, even if they did not have a smell-proof design, and Ooze has several good ones.
Each Ooze bag has a full carbon lining covering all surfaces that trapped any and all odors inside. If the outside of the bag is not contaminated with an odor, once secure, the bags completely covered all cannabis (and dirty clothes) smells. The Modern Square Backpack I used is part of Ooze’s Traveler Series, which according to Ooze’s website, “is fully equipped to keep you strapped and discrete, wherever you need to go.”
The Square Backpack features two large zippered pockets, each equipped with a lock to keep contents secured. For my lock combinations on this trip, I set the front lock combination at 420 and the back lock combination at 710. I was able to keep my medication, including disposable vapes, edibles, capsules, and flower, hidden in the several pouches and pockets.
The rear pocket space secured my laptop, and a large zippered pocket and additional storage sleeve held other writing material. The front space featured the same zippered pocket and sleeve design, but with a double sleeve. The very front featured a triple storage compartment, where I kept most of my medication. In the front and back opening, I easily packed one day of clothes in each side.
Additional features included a mesh pockets on both sides for water bottle storage, a clip that connects the backpack straps to prevent theft and relieve back tension, and a sleeve on the very back to slide the bag onto a carry-on suitcase.
With the sleek all-black designs, Ooze bags also are discrete in that the bags cannot be differentiated from a regular book bag or carryon back. Ooze has blacked out its logo on the front of the bag and has a small tag on the backside.
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