The Combat Daddy Equipment diaper bag: no Skoda Man Pram is complete without one. Combat Daddy Equipment's Model 1 carry-all for fathers who drew the short straw and have to take their kids to the park...or stay at home and raise them...will at least make them look cool doing it. Or maybe it will make them look like complete tools. I have no idea. The keys to making a sensational piece of kitschy baby gear are lost on me. (Though they're in my Top 5 Things to Figure Out because with all the hormonal moms and dads desperate to please them out there, I feel a goldmine awaits me in that industry.)
Despite its camo print, I doubt any dad who carries this diaper bag is going to sneak past members of the general public unnoticed. In addition to its largeness, the backpack has the words "Combat Daddy Equipment" emblazoned across its 600 x 600 Denier, 100% military grade polyester back. Bags were designed by a collective of members from the Army Special Forces, Navy SEALs, Navy Explosive Ordinance Disposal, and Air Force Pararescue operators to mimic a Combat Medic's or an EOD's backpack. Interiors contain separate compartments for diapers, wipes, baby powder and rash creams, spare clothing, and plastic bags. The front flap also folds completely down to serve as a changing pad. Damn. That's a lot of provisions lined up to clean a butt.
The Combat Daddy Equipment diaper bag measures 14" x 11" x 17" and weighs 3.8 pounds. I suggest buying one, filling it with rocks, and running several miles with it on your back as pre-conditioning for everyday use.
Muchas danke to Manny for the Dude Product Tip.