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The Barber Backpack Launches Sleeker/Slimmer Bag Dedicated to Affordable Pricing

The Barber Backpack Launches Sleeker Slimmer Bag Dedicated to Affordable Pricing

Barber Backpack launched several years ago and has since climbed to the top of the heath and beauty space, becoming of the world’s most sought after product by barbers and hair-stylists. The company was launched by seasoned serial entrepreneur, Kevin L. Walker, with three locations around Southern California (North Hollywood, West Hollywood, and Santa Monica).

The company’s CEO (Walker) is proud California native, and is seemingly always looking for ways to give back to his communities.  The company slowed down its production and shipping of the extremely large and bulky backpack they sold for years, as has since revamped Barber Backpack, and is now offering a new sleeker, secure, and modern version of the Barber Backpack, for a much more affordable price.


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A message from our owner @KevinLWalker ——— We heard @vincethebarber and @byapptonlyco were out here spreading lies and trying to milk hard working barbers… — We dont sell the @BarberBackpack because we NEED to. We exist because we are dedicated to providing hard workin barbers and hair stylists with products and services at AFFORDABLE prices. • • (Link above in bio!) • • #barbershop #barbershopconnect #mobilebarber #masterbarber #hair #travelingbarber #scissorsalute #barber #stylist #barberlife #stylistlife #barbergang #menshair #hair #igdaily #instagood #barbers #barberbackpack #byapptonly #organizedbarber #housecalls #babering #barbernation #hairstyles #clippers#hairtrends #hairdesign

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With a price reduction from $284.99 to $199.99, hard working barbers and hair stylists will be have a much easier time securing their clipper, scissors, tools, and other money making essentials.

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