If you have a bag for each occasion, you would have amassed a number by now. Whether or not you have a burgeoning closet full of bags or getting there, it is not too late to cut back. You know, for the sake of the closet, the wallet, and the environment.
The Marcher 3-way Bag is one such bag that will help you achieve that because, well, it is a 3-in-1 bag. One Marcher 3-way Bag is three types of bag: a sacoche aka a crossbody bag aka a sling bag, a tote, and a backpack.
Thanks to its so-called self-stowing design, it will pack into your luggage easily without taking much space and when you get to your destination, it becomes a handy deployment bag for your day trips.
While it is equally useful in the concrete jungle, the Marcher 3-way Bag is actually designed with adventurers in mind.
It can quickly transform from a crossbody bag with a 4L capacity to a 12L tote or backpack. It’s like magic except that it is real.
Key features include a quick access pocket, a wet compartment for raincoat or umbrella, water and stain repellent material, a versatile lashing system, wide bottom storage space for stuff such as a mirrorless camera, a comfortable carry for load up to 5 kilograms (11 lbs), nylon straps, ripstop paracords with reflective fibers, tri-hook, and YKK water repellent zipper.
And did mention that the bag itself is ridiculously light? It weighs as little as a typical smartphone, or 188g (6.6 oz) to be exact. Also, as a tote or backpack, it can accommodate a 14-inch laptop. Then again, you are probably not to put a laptop in because this bag beckons you to hit up the great wilderness.
You can learn more about the Marcher 3-way Bag on Kickstarter where you can, for a limited time, secure a unit for just 99 bucks (U.P. US$133). Not surprisingly, the campaign is swiftly funded. This means, your pledge for a product is a pre-order which, if everything goes as planned, should see delivery sometime in November 2022.
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