Roll-top sacks have seen a huge upsurge in popularity in recent years, with their simple elegant design offering style and also function. Inherently more weather-proof than other closures, roll-tops have even found their way onto minimalist alpine mountaineering packs, where reliability and bombproof no-frills design always wins.
This fresh take on the reliable roll-top fuses clean lines and clever German design with sustainably sourced materials to give us something unique. The modular daysack could be the perfect size and slim profile to slip inside a bouldering pad to lug your shoes, chalk and food to the crag. Meanwhile you carry the detachable camera bag on a shoulder strap, ready to catch the shot when the next big moment presents itself on the trail, or boulder-hopping to capture your friends’ big sends all day.
For mountain jaunts or longer hikes with your camera into the wilderness you can combine the two bags, load up for a long day with food and water and attach the full carrying system for a solid carry. Crucially the system included adjustable back length to cater for all sizes - something so many pack manufacturers neglect, but is so important for all day - and multi-day - comfort.
The next day you can trim the pack down to the minimum and use it to carry lunch and your shoes and chalk for hitting the gym after work. We love the modular design and the potential this design has to go places. Check it their Kickstarter page.