Escaping with Paklite

It’s not often a bag quite as big as the Paklite is so incredibly light, but strong at the same time that you can cram an entire weekend away’s worth of necessities into it.

Enter the Paklite Escape category, one of the most innovative and wonderful members of the Paklite family.

While most travellers love large suitcases, the Paklite Escape category definitely hits the must-have elements of their next investment piece right on the head. It’s part of a wide range of Paklite bag options for travellers that range in varying shapes and colours. Have a look at their online catalogue for the full range.

Paklite has desined a lightweight flight-focused bag for the interstate or overseas traveller in mind. The Paklite Escape bags fold completely flat for easy storage, are available in three distinct and quite unique-to-Paklite sizes and continually enable travellers to focus on what they want to pack rather than what they have to leave behind.

The range is designed to make even the most extreme, action-packed getaways a breeze.

I used my new rust coloured Paklite Escape bag on a weekend away to Daylesford recently. Though I didn’t fly anywhere, it fit perfectly in the back of a Honda Jazz VTi, fit everything I needed for the weekend – which included two dinner outfits – and was as durable as the best bags I’ve ever seen.

The Paklite name launched in 1961 with Australia’s first zipper soft-side luggage. Since then, they have remained ahead of the game in baggage innovation and offering customers something they can use.

Available for only $159, it can be purchased from David Jones, Strandbags and Carry On.

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James Banham is an Australian lifestyle, fashion and entertainment journalist. His writing can be found on these many topics and more in print and online publications around the country.
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