Paris, Machu Pichu or The Alps?
Tidypack gives you an entirely new experience when travelling - no matter where you go or how you travel.
Tidypack is developed by and for globetrotters.
The first Tidypack sketches were drawn on a warm bus on dusty roads in Venezuela. They were adjusted after travelling in South-Africa, Eastern Europe and after walking in the Norwegian mountains. The prototype is tested and approved by experienced travellers who know what counts when the route is challenging.
The rucksack is made with good carrying comfort.
Packing: Extend the shelves by hanging it over a door, disperse the clothes in the shelves, close the rucksack and you are ready to go. When you reach your next destination, just extend the shelves and hang it over a door.
When clothes are packed neatly in separate shelves in an expandable wardrobe system, there's no excuse not to find what you need. Most of us know the feeling of having messy luggage by the second day of travelling.
Marit Lien developed the idea of TidyPack during several backpacking trips around the world. She was tired of having luggage chaos from travelling continuously.
The rucksack has a good carrying system developed by GSI and is based on a new range of rucksacks used in the Norwegian Army. It is therefore possible to adjust the carrying system individually. The back can be adjusted to ensure the right distance between the lower back and the shoulders. A broad belt around the waist ensures that weight is correctly distributed here. The rucksack fits stably onto the back and can also be attached across the chest. This attachment can be regulated individually.
The rucksack's main compartment is the wardrobe system. There is also a compartment lower down which is waterproof and enables the transportation of wet towels and shoes. Two side pockets, one front pocket and a lid pocket ensure good luggage distribution.