It’s a *long* one but be sure to read through to find out why I’m obsessed with this bag and I’m also never getting on a jet ski again 🤦🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️
What can I say about this little bag? When I was asked to be an ambassador for @livingstonebrand
, I won’t lie, I was skeptical. Also I was a little bummed that it was the end of the season and wouldn’t get a chance to put my Alberta Bag to the test for a while. Finally I got to go on quite the adventure. So let me tell you a story. When I was invited to Cancún with some family I jumped on the opportunity to bum it on the beach for a few days after a busy season in the salon. As a carry on the #albertabag
was perfect. Everything I needed to fit in there did, with room to spare! The lightweight material made it easy to carry without all the stuff packed in making it uncomfortably heavy. On the beach the bag was IMPENETRABLE. I swear not a single grain of sand got into that bag. It was mind blowing. So I got a little brave with the bag. It came with me on a jet ski to a parasailing boat, because it claims to be waterproof so with a little too much tequila on my side I decided to test it. Inside? My camera, inside of a second “waterproof” bag, the cellphones of everyone I was with, including my own, and some other random things. As it is jet skis are not my favorite. The adventure out to the boat, while terrifying, was uneventful. Parasailing was incredible (photos to come). And then it was time to get back on. I got one foot on, and then the jet ski began to drift from the boat. You can imagine where this is going. Everyone whose possessions were in my bag watched the jet ski flip, sending me and two other people directly into the Caribbean Sea with about $3.5k worth of electronics in my bag. After 5 minutes of struggling to keep 3 people at balance while boarding a jet ski from the water a second jet ski finally showed up to save us. Upon finally reaching land the first thing I did was open my bag. BONE. DRY. AND. LIFE. SAVING.
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