If you travel quite a bit, which is not a thing at this point, you will appreciate what Unfound Backpack has to offer. Even more so if you are “prepper” who think that your bag should be like Doraemon’s 4D Pocket. i.e. have everything that you need and then some.

Unfound Backpack on Kickstarter

For starter, Unfound Backpack features a detachable organizer/compact crossbody bag that you can deploy when you head out to explore the vicinity. The small bag attaches the inside of Unfound Backpack via powerful magnetic buckles and removing it requires just a firm tug.

Also found on this deployable bag is the MOLLE system, allowing you to attach a bunch of other stuff, like writing instruments and what not, on it for quick access. There is also mesh bag for large items and it is also removable to be used as a crossbody bag too.

Unfound Backpack on Kickstarter

In addition to offering space for a 15-inch laptop, the bag also boasts 6 other pockets of various sizes for other, easy-to-disappear-into-the-abyss-of-a-bag EDC. Plus, there’s a large roll-top opening to access storage for large items such as your sneakers – that’s in addition to the usual zipper opening you expect of a backpack. The roll-top also affords expansion if more space is required.

Other noteworthy mentions include pressure-reliving padded straps and back, Fidlock magnetic buckles, Duraflex buckles, YKK water-resistant zippers, water repellent fabric, and 420D ripstop nylon. All these features and more, are packed into airline carry-on approved size.

Unfound Backpack on Kickstarter

Unfound Backpack is the product of Taipei-based design studio, Unfound, and it is now available on Kickstarter in exchange for a pledge of US$145-US$159. The campaign is already funded, receiving the love of nearly 160 backers who contributed over US$25K at the time of this post.

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All images courtesy of Unfound.

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Published by Mike chua

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