The versatile One bag by Wayks is designed to adapt to changing environments and conditions, whether you’re commuting in the city or having an outdoor adventure. It offers users the opportunity to travel with as little luggage as needed without sacrificing flexibility. One bag can be transformed into three different variations of luggage within seconds: a travel backpack, a smaller day pack and a separate pouch for items like toiletries and cameras.

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The upper part of the bag acts as the main space for storage, providing extra volume through a secure roll-top closure that can expand from 25 liters to 40 liters. There are two side pockets with enough space for a 1.5-liter bottle and a clamshell opening on the back that transforms the bag into a suitcase. The back section includes a padded compartment with a side zipper for a 16-inch laptop, a document sleeve and four additional pockets.

Related: This durable luggage is made with replaceable and recycled materials

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There is a detachable back panel designed for longer travel with soft padding for maximum comfort while carrying larger loads and a pair of adjustable back straps. For those who don’t want a thicker strap, the included back straps can be replaced with a thinner version. The bottom compartment is designed to hold items that have become dirty, wet or fragile throughout your travels.

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Wayks’ mission is to inspire consumers to go off the beaten path and use its fair and sustainably made outdoor gear to take a break from their busy lives. Bags are made out of PFC-free and recycled fabrics and materials, helping save the environment from excessive carbon dioxide emissions and water consumption compared to similar products. What’s more, Wayks ensures that its workers are paid fairly and have ethical working conditions, with sites approved by the Fair Wear Foundation. Long-term, the company hopes to develop products that are 100% recyclable.

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Photography by Aylaan Moodysson via Wayks

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