Wednesday, June 17, 2015

BackPack In A Pocket is a true lifesaver for day trips and vacations #BIP1

This is the perfect daypack, travelpack, min rucksack, backpack or whatever you want to call it. The best part is that it is light as feather and folds up to almost can fit in a pocket. Stash this in your luggage for your next cruise or vacation it will be a lifesaver. My backpack in a pocket is truly that. I use it like any back pack and carry it over your shoulders or carry in your hand. It makes no difference if you go camping, touring or shopping when you finished just fold back into its pocket and store
    It is super light and folds up in a flash. Weighs only 4.5 oz or 131gr ... but can take 18-20 litres of gear or shopping. Wonderful for tourist. Simply put in your suitcase and it sits there hardly noticeable just waiting to go on that bus or day trip.This is the piece to take to save you those expensive luggage overload fee. Airlines now are stricter with weight limits of your luggage. They can charge $$$ if you are 1 pound over the limit if they are in a cranky mood. If in doubt take out your backpack in a pocket and fill any overload in there and use as a carry on.
    This is perfect for day trips when small gear has to be carried. Breathable padded shoulder straps. Wear or carry. Easy at airport. Keep in suitcase for tourist purchase overload. This backpack is well constructed and reinforced at pressure points to best prevent ripping, tearing or separation. But don't worry about those issues if faulty it comes with a 12month REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE and safety reflector strips.

    You can pick up Backpack in a Pocket on Amazon anytime. 

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