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As the number of sought-after streetwear releases continues to grow and limited-edition collections become even more limited, we’ve all got to get used to idea that, if we want YEEZYs or that rare Supreme collab – we’re going to have to line up. And those lines ain’t small.

Waiting around for many hours has become the norm, even camping out the night before is now commonplace. But no matter where you are, or how long you have to wait, nobody wants to do it standing. That’s where Brando’s latest backpack comes in.

It’s nothing special in terms of design, capacity or comfort, but the reason why you should definitely drop $75 on this bad boy is revealed when the breathable padding that rests against your back pops up—with metal support legs underneath—to create a small, but sturdy seat. It doesn’t even add much weight to what is already a fairly light bag.

OK, so it’s not quite as comfortable as a real chair, but just imagine how nice it will feel to have a little sit-down the next time you’re having to line up at the post office.

For more utilitarian backpacks, check out this The North Face bag, which opens at the touch of a button.

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