Alternative products to The Travel Line by Peak Design

9 alternative and related products to The Travel Line by Peak Design

The Travel Line by Peak Design
A travel backpack and packing that adapts to any trip

The Travel Backpack by itself is packed with features like stowable straps, on-body side access, day-carry mode, laptop sleeve and much more. In addition we created a system of packing tools that adapts to your carry needs. Whether you're on a long backpacking trip or a full professional photoshoot.

9 Alternatives to The Travel Line by Peak Design

The most functional backpack and travel pack ever

Fit your office on your back with NOMATIC Backpack and move it wherever you want or just travel! Both the Backpack and the Travel Pack are waterproof, have convenient full-perimeter zip for easy access to the contents from all sides and are designed to match your business style or just comfortable to carry on your long distance trip!

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Trevin Chow
Trevin Chow- VP of Product @ Tally
I literally just got this bag a few weeks ago and use it daily for commuting (which is a walk + bus). So far I love the bag and highly recommend it! It’s a lower profile bag, so it’s comfortable to wear even if you have a heavier load. However since it’s lower profile, there’s far less room in it than other larger bag options on the market. One neat trick … See more
Bassam
Bassam
Looks great and has all the functionalities of a modern day backpack. Plus the support team is amazing!
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Geeky Gadgets
At the beginning of May, the NOMATIC Backpack had successfully raised over $400,000 thanks to over 2,000 backers, helping the development team acquire more funds than the required $50,000 pledge goal they needed to go into production.
SlashGear
The company formerly known as BASICS has announced the Kickstarter funding success of its latest project, the NOMATIC Backpack and Travel Pack.
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Versatile & beautiful bags based on the Everyday Messenger

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Joseph Brueggen
Joseph Brueggen- Product & Visual Designer
I've had the Everyday Backpack for a little over a year, and it's proven to be an incredible product. Extremely durable, spacious, versatile... beautifully and cleverly designed. In the past year, it's been mountain hiking, kayaking, through a couple conferences, and through quite a lot of travel. It still looks and works like brand new. This is a top-notch … See more
Willie Morris
Willie Morris- Formerly Amazon, Boeing, and Faithbox
I love the everyday backpack - it's meant to be geared towards photography, but it's incredibly versatile even you aren't carrying around cameras. Huge fan.
30 Alternatives to The Everyday Backpack, Tote, and Sling

Modern customizable backpacks that support refugee education

Contemporary look, clean finish, and compact design, the Joggo Purpose is your everyday backpack offering style and functionality. Each bag is fitted with a reversible flap for a changeable look. All Joggo bags are ethically manufactured and proceeds from the purchase go towards refugee education through a partnership with CARE Canada

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Impakter
In the midst of the European migrant crisis, a lot of attention has been paid to how Western countries as a whole have responded to the largest migration flow in the continent since World War II.
13 Alternatives to JOGGO Purpose Backpack

The bag that does it all, made from recycled plastic bottles

Move seamlessly from work to the gym to dinner with Thread's #ABetterBackpack! Starting with our 100% recycled canvas made from discarded plastic bottles, we engineered a bag that could actually keep up all day, every day. Designed with thoughtful details and responsible fabric, you can look good and feel good while getting stuff done.

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sustainablebrands.com
Thread, the Pittsburgh-based startup that's collected over 41 million plastic bottles from landfill communities in Haiti and Honduras and created fabric for some of the world's leading brands, has launched its own product on Kickstarter with a first-of-its-kind bag.
Pittsburgh Business Times
Thread, the Pittsburgh startup that recycles plastic bottles in Haiti and Honduras to make fabric, has a new partnership with international outdoor lifestyle company Timberland. Timberland's new collection of footwear and bags that launches in spring 2017 will use Thread fabric, the companies jointly announced on Friday.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Thread has moved to Homewood so it can create more jobs for the neighborhood's residents as it prepares to launch its first product line.
Fast Company
In 2010, Ian Rosenberger traveled to Haiti looking to help people after the earthquake. And help he did. He met a young man called Tassy Filsaime who had a cancerous jaw. He brought him back to Pittsburgh and raised $50,000 for a life-saving operation.
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