The Banale Backpack Gives You an Extra Pair of Hands

The prime purpose of a backpack is to carry things on your back, rather than in your hand… because there’s only so much your hands can carry. Secure these items in a package and sling it over your shoulder, and not only can you hold twice or thrice the weight of what you could hold in your hands, but you’ve now also got your hands free for other activities. That very purpose of keeping your hands free is what the Banale backpack considers its biggest objective.

Some bags come with fixed storage. Some bags come with expandable storage. The Banale doesn’t put an upper limit on the amount it holds. The bag itself comes with enough storage on the inside to hold your everyday belongings. It also comes with something the creators call a ‘cargo-mode’. The Cargo Mode extends your bag’s storage in a way that allows it to carry pretty much anything you wouldn’t be able to store in your bag. An external flap acts as an arm that holds onto extra items, sandwiching them between it and the backpack. The Cargo Mode is ideal for holding anything from your groceries, a delivery-package, your gym bag, a helmet, a pair of shoes, tripod, etc; basically, anything you’d need a pair of hands to hold. The innovative holding mechanism lets you secure extra items to your bag, giving your backpack the ability to carry stuff that wouldn’t necessarily fit into it in the first place… and in doing so, extending the bag’s purpose of holding things for you.

The Banale’s Cargo Mode works in a number of hands-free situations. Designed to hold anything from a basketball to a tripod, the Banale bag works across scenarios, making it fit for anywhere you need to carry excess stuff, but don’t have enough hands. The proprietary flap secures any item with the appropriate tightness, making sure nothing slips or falls out. It also does this while protecting the insides of the backpack.

The backpack itself comes with a few other stand-out features. Its insides are splashed with a vibrant shade of lemon yellow, making your items stand out, so you’re never scrounging for a pen or a USB drive. The insides are segregated and appropriately padded too, with a separate sleeve for a 15″ laptop. The bag comes made with ballistic nylon and the external cargo flap doubles up as an anti-theft mechanism, covering the zips of the bag, making sure they aren’t accessible to simply anyone. The Banale Pro ups the ante, with a waterproof design, microfiber interiors, and an external flap that not only works in Cargo Mode, but also detaches to become a sidebag in itself! It even packs an RFID-blocking pouch for extra security and convenience.

The motto of the Banale is to increase convenience. When you DO have a backpack with you, it makes little sense carrying stuff in your hands too. Be it your groceries, or the Amazon delivery you ordered, or just extra peripherals like your gym clothes and sports equipment, or camera/drone gear (keeping your hands free for that perfect shot if you’re a photographer), the Banale works to maximize storage so that your hands are free to ride the bike, hold a camera, talk on the phone, or do anything else!

Designer: Diego Recchia

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Introducing the Banale Backpack, a new category of urban backpack.

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Carry what you want, when you want with the Banale Backpack and its expandable wrapping pocket.

Leave your apartment to begin a day that can include stops at the gym, the office, the supermarket, the post office, all before you ever make it back home.

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A slim daily backpack that can expand to carry what you want and when you want to.

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So what exactly is so great about the Banale Backpack?

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It has an expandable wrapping pocket, that allows you to wrap it around your extra luggage, keeping you hands-free!

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The main compartment organization is very well thought-out. It even has a secret back pocket for valuables like passport and cash.

In short, it is your slim – gym – anything – bag!

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Designed to hold anything from a basketball to a tripod, the Banale bag helps you carry many things at one go.

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Pack in your basketball like this.

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A quick comparison shows you how easy it is to carry this backpack to work or your yoga class.

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This backpack is very versatile and the proprietary flap secures any item with the appropriate tightness, making sure nothing slips or falls out.

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The bag comes made with ballistic nylon and the external cargo flap doubles up as an anti-theft mechanism, covering the zips of the bag, making sure they aren’t accessible to simply anyone.

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The insides are segregated and appropriately padded too, with a separate sleeve for a 15″ laptop.

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To the left is the Banale Backpack and to the right is the Banale Backpack Pro.

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In the Pro bag, the expandable wrapping pocket detaches to become a handy tote bag. Just unzip the pocket, unclip the buckles, adjust the length of the webbing, re-clip the buckles and you’re ready to go!

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A closer look at the Banale Backpack Pro: it includes features like premium coated material, top of the line ykk zipper, extra padded laptop sleeve, secret back pocket, reflective details and more.

The reflective feature is very powerful when out in the dark.

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Run errands with ease, knowing you’ll have space to carry everything. It is perfect for anyone who doesn’t want to be limited on the move.

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Click Here To Buy Now: $79 $153 (48% off). Hurry, for only 48 hours!