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For The Digital Adventurer: Slicks Travel Pack

In today’s world, it’s not uncommon to come across global travelers remotely working their way across unique landscapes via coffee shops and video conferences, or businessmen-turned-adventurers milking their latest work trip for some extra adrenaline. No matter what kind of nomad you are though, staying connected and organized is a priority. With checked bag fees on a never ending climb, being able to simplify your luggage and packing list is important, and that’s where the Slicks Travel Pack comes in. Featuring organization for everything from your daily bike commute to extended adventure travel, this mighty little pack eliminates the need for carrying extra luggage when you’re traveliong off the beaten path.

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The main body of the pack is built to act as a pack, sling bag, or briefcase depending on how you stow the shoulder straps. When deployed, the comfortable harness is as at home tackling beaches and trails as it is an urban environment. Additionally, it will accommodate a fifteen inch laptop securely for travel. Multiple organization compartments keep a spare pair of shoes (or other bulky items) and high value electronics stowed securely. Reflective hits and an included rain cover make this more than just a drab commuter bag though. Combined with the comfortable back panel and smooth body, these features make it an ideal tool for everything from cross continent hauls to weekend getaways.

Where the Slicks Travel Pack really shines though is in the removable organizers. With both a suit bag and mobile wardrobe organizers, you can fit much more than simply a day’s worth of office gear. Fully expanded, the pack easily swallows your favorite suit for that job interview or big presentation, but also everything you’ll need for some after hours adventures – all without the worry of wrinkles or mixing up dirty laundry with your clean dress shirt. Sure there are other bags that can handle this, but at twenty-five liters, the Slicks pack packs much more into a compact – and stylish – package than that ancient rolling bag you deal with now. Their Kickstarter is fully funded (and only has a couple days left!) so make sure you get one ordered soon, or you’ll be stuck waiting through the best summer and fall travel without one.

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