These days many travelers ask a lot of their luggage. We expect bags to be tough and durable for active use, while remaining smart enough for use in the workplace.
Henty has put a great deal of thought into how to satisfy the most demanding of users, and come up with the CoPilot bag. Many manufacturers made commuter bags with space for your laptop or work files, but few, if any, thought about transporting business attire wrinkle free.
The CoPilot presents a solution thanks to its innovative design. A garment bag holds your suit and shirt, and wraps around a duffel bag containing all your other gear.
By rolling instead of folding your business attire, the CoPilot helps keep your clothes free of wrinkles. With other bags, it’s almost impossible to transport smart clothes without them getting wrinkled.
The CoPilot is a great bag for anyone who travels to work wearing casual clothes, such as cycle commuters. It is also useful for those going on a business trip who don’t want to wear their suit to travel.
Testers report clothes transported using the CoPilot were ready to wear on arrival. You can choose from a messenger- or backpack-style bag, depending on your taste.
Each of the bags is made from high-quality 500D Cordura or waxed canvas, with a number of colors available. You can also choose standard or sport bags.
The Basic model retails at $249, with add-ons incurring an extra cost. You can order now at IndieGogo.
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