Traveling doesn’t often leave much room for bringing basic necessities, so the phrase “all-in-one” makes for a great selling point. The more functionality something has, the more useful it is to someone on the road. That’s why EVENaBag is a perfect piece of gear for anyone looking to spruce up his or her travel experience.
EVENaBAG functions not only as a shoulder bag but also a chair, mat and a hanger for your clothes. It’s a versatile piece of equipment designed to make any travel experience less of a hassle.
The backpack uses tear-resistant Codura fabric to ensure durability and is made of North American leather. It comes in three different colors (blue, beige and olive green) and contains waterproof materials to help protect your stuff in any weather. Safety features include an adjustable harness and chest strap and the bag will be available in sizes suitable for both children and adults.
Fold the rear bag wall back to transform the bag into a useable chair, or simply release all of the straps and unfold it to turn it into a mat you can easily supplement as a sleeping pad. EVENaBAG even includes a padded area to rest your head.
EVENaBAG contains numerous compartments to store your IDs, passport and other essential travel documents. It also includes an extra strap that can be used to hang the bag from tree branches, closets and more, making it a moveable storage device and wash bag.
EVENaBAG is available for pre-orders for delivery in January 2015 on the company website.
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