Backpack Body Fusion

Ok, so if you turn it around it would sorta look like one of those pregnancy simulators… but it’s because of these natural curves that the Fusion Ultimate Black backpack is so darn comfortable! The ergonomic design follows the natural curvature of the body to make it flexible, comfortable, aerodynamic and easy to wear for longer periods of time. In full grain calf leather it’s also durable enough to take almost anywhere.

Designer: Jérôme Olivet


  • BK says:

    As much as I am a fan of this website, I disapprove your choice on this particular product. I say product and not a backpack, because it simply is NOT one. It is an attempt to emulate one by tying a two straps to a purse instead of one.
    This is my first negative comment on the YankoDesign blog.
    The shape of the product, when carried on one’s back, reminds me of a malformed igor. Backpacks are different from purses in that they have a system in place to organize things, even that might be just one or two things it can carry.
    As hardcore fan of backpacks, I have studied the ergonomics of hundreds of backpacks as a part of a personal study. This does not even remotely fit the definition of an ergonomic ‘luggage device’. I can, from my experience, speculate how it feels by what it looks like.The edges being so thin are going to dig into the scalene muscles, making it uncomfortable to carry it for mere than a few minutes. For the very same reason, it is unsuitable for heavy loads – by loads I mean, even one text book to a class, or a sizeable laptop that could(?) fit.
    The weight is supposed to be carried by the back and this texture, reducing friction, transfers all the load to the shoulders. Women can tell you the pain caused by the bra strap digging into the very same muscles this ‘luggage device’ is competing to destroy. This product is a blasphemy to the motto of the blog “FORM BEYOND FUNCTION”. This is neither functional to carry daily items, nor is capable of doing so without harming the user.

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