Adventure luggage and tent company Heimplanet has given its popular travel pack a 2020 upgrade. First released in 2018, this new Heimplanet Travel Pack design provides a stylish companion for travel complete with sustainable Dycoshell fabric.

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Perfect for road trips, weekend getaways, business trips and everything in between, the travel pack is developed for travelers who value maximum flexibility in their everyday lives, according to the company. Especially considering the sheer number of people working outside of the office in 2020, a versatile pack that can work as a mobile office couldn’t have come at a better time.

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The new travel pack includes a fully adjustable, removable belt and a comfortable back section that offers ergonomically shaped foam padding even while the bag is completely full. To ensure that the pack doesn’t rub against or damage clothing over long-term use, all of the areas that could come in contact with skin are covered with a durable stretch fabric. Computers can be kept in a padded, 15-inch laptop compartment, and there are waterproof zippers on the outside of the bag to offer quick access to the main and inner pockets.

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The company’s modular packing cubes have also been redeveloped for even more packing possibilities. Heimplanet’s travel pack comes in two sizes, 34L or 28L, both of which are guaranteed to fit into the storage compartments of airplanes. The bags come in either classic black or a dark gray.

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The pack’s upper level is made out of sustainable Dycoshell, a fabric developed specially for the company’s Transit Line collection in 2018. It is designed for extra durability even in high-load use, with an irregular ballistic weave allowing for extremely high abrasion resistance. According to Heimplanet, the production of the material “saves 89% water, 60% energy, 65% CO2 and 63% chemicals during production.”

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