From the second we unwrapped the bag from the plastic container, we were admirably impressed by what we were dealing with when it came to the SilverStone Sugo Pack. The bag did not only feel strong with its PVC polyester and 210D nylon with PU but its appearance was also pleasing -- at least in our opinion -- with its cyan (blue) straps and black material, which is in accordance with SilverStone's color theme. Also on the exterior is a SilverStone moniker. The main storage area with the Sugo Pack is an L shape opening, which is primarily designed for stowing the SilverStone SG01 chassis or any other Small Form Factor (SFF) machines.
On both sides of this large opening are two smaller pockets for storing additional accessories and on the L-shaped cover is a pocket with zipper. On the top of the bag is a piggyback feature, which allows a computer keyboard to be safely stored. On the sides and in a few other conspicuous areas are additional pockets for even more storage capabilities. The padding used for protection is 10mm Polyethylene EPE foam. The overall dimensions of the bag are 300 x 260 x 570 mm. The net weight is 1.8 kg while the load limit is 40 kg, which should be more than sufficient for transporting around computer components.
Examining the metal clasps and zippers, we were incredibly pleased with the quality of these components. With a commercial grade nylon lining, PVC polyester material, EPE padding, and metal clasps/zippers, the SilverStone Sugo Pack should certainly be able to withstand a great deal of stress. This bag also has a durable Velcro handle wrap and removable shoulder strap. With the bag empty, the Sugo Pack looks like a potential competitor, but let us load it up and see if it is really a winner.