When the term “carry-on bag” comes to mind, some think of a backpack, some think of an over-the-shoulder tote and some may think of a smaller cross-body bag, but Sherpani makes a carry-on bag that can be worn as all three of these types of bags, making it a versatile and convenient carry-on option.
The adventure and lifestyle bag company’s Camden bag is an all-in-one bag that measures 11 by 16 by 4.5 inches, with a capacity of 15 liters and weight of 22 ounces. Made from 100 percent recycled materials with a nylon interior, the bag is also soft, sustainable and vegan.
Wear the bag as a tote, backpack or cross-body bag thanks to adjustable straps. Store all your items in one large exterior slip pocket, two slim exterior slip pockets, two interior large pockets and a convertible back pocket. RFID-blocking technology protects valuables, and a padded laptop sleeve keeps electronics protected and safe.
Sherpani’s Camden bag is available in mulitple colors and can be purchased on Sherpani.com for $99.95, but with the potential to be worn three ways, the Camden bag is three bags in one.
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