The ultimate bag for active travellers and commuters, the Henty CoPilot

There aren’t many other bags in the world that do such a fine job at bridging the gap between practical and stylish, especially for the commuter, but the Henty CoPilot bag does just that.

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It started off with a simple crowdfunding campaign, initiated by the bag’s designers Jeremy Grey and Jon Gourlay and has since taken-on the world of functional travel by storm.

The clever design renders the bag ideal for ergonomic demands on the body when you’re up and about, either on the back of a bike, wedged in-between two people in economy or jostling for shoulder space on the train in the morning.

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It has a snazzy two-in-one approach to life, consisting of an outer garment bag, and a spacious grab 20 litre inner utility bag.

To be worn as either a stand-alone backpack or easy carry-on duffel-type bag, all the while durable enough to withstand the toughest of trips. Thrown onto your back for a work commute or into the overhead compartment on a plane, the Henty CoPilot comes loaded with all the features to keep you on the move.

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The inner bag design means you can strategically hang and place your clothes inside of it, rolling it up into a tight little package, ready to roll when you arrive at the other end.

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Could anything be more ideal for the traveller? No. Not, it couldn’t.

Starting from $319 for Henty CoPilot Messenger and $349 for the two-strap version, the CoPilot Backpack.

See more at the Henty website. See below for how it works…

Co-Pilot Backpack from Henty on Vimeo.

 

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