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The Travel Line: Versatile Travel Backpack + Packing Tools

A project in San Francisco, CA by Peak Design

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Luggage redefined: a carry-on Travel Backpack and system of Packing Tools designed around the idea that no two trips are the same.
Backers: 13749
Average Pledge Per Backer: $379

Funded: $5,205,462 of $500,000
Dates: Jul 23rd -> Sep 20th (60 days)
Project By: Peak Design
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Latest News

Join us for the final countdown!

September 20th - via:
At the time of writing this, there's just 5 hours left in our 8th Kickstarter campaign. We're inching our way to $5 million and we'd love your help in making one final push to end this project with a bang. If you know folks who might be interested,... (Read More)

The Travel Duffle and Dufflepack are here.

September 18th - via:
Hey. Got something for ya. The Travel Duffel 35L: our take on the classic, simple duffel. The Travel Duffelpack 65L: a monster gear-hauler like none other. Today, with just 48 hours left in our Kickstarter campaign, we're proud to announce the... (Read More)

Larry goes HAM on CAM(era cubes).

September 14th - via:
Our head designer Art discusses patterning with Adriaan, our contract manufacturing partner. We've come a long way since this pic was shot 3 weeks ago. Production has begun on a total of 250K products (including bags, pouches, and accessories). 6... (Read More)

Do the double duffle shuffle with two all new bags!

September 7th - via:
Kiran rides freight elevators both in a professional capacity and as a broader elevator enthusiast. Meet the Travel Duffle and the Travel Dufflepack! Both bags are still actively being designed, but we are excited to show them off so we can gauge... (Read More)

Things are happening. Bag-ish things.

September 5th - via:
HEY, WHAT ARE THESE? Huh. They look like bags of some sort. But they don't look like the Travel Backpack 45L, or any of our other bags for that matter. Weird. So dark. So mysterious. You should probably come to our next Kickstarter hangout this... (Read More)

A new product, a new color, and a new KS deal.

August 24th - via:
The Everyday Sling 5L, now available in sage, fits like a glove in the Travel Backpack 45L. Color shown: sage. Backers, please join us in welcoming the Everyday Sling 5L, the perfect on-the-go day pack for camera or everyday carry, into this... (Read More)

We're live! Join us!

August 23rd - via:
Lawrence, Victor, and Jen from the PD team are LIVE right now, delving into all your questions about photography functionality in the Travel Line. Join us on the Kickstarter page now! Cheers, The PD Team  (Read More)

For all you photographers...

August 21st - via:
Will the inside of your Travel Backpack 45L look like this? If so, we've got some news for you. First, let's start with some generally exciting news for all backers: SHARING: IT PAYSYou can now earn commission by sharing this campaign with your... (Read More)

Videos Galore!

August 13th - via:
The Travel Line just got back from an epic trek through Western Mongolia, where we put the odor-blocking quality of our Packing Cubes to the ultimate test. And we were ecstatic with the results: zero odor leakage with the dirtiest of dirties. HAPPY... (Read More)

Here we go again...

July 31st - via:
This Doesn't Get Old Did you hear we have a new bag? Well folks, it's that time of year again. Quite by accident, running these Kickstarters has become something of an annual tradition for myself and for the growing family at Peak Design. With the... (Read More)

Three Tech-Forward Backpacks

July 30th - via:
Utilitarian and tech-forward backpacks for the daily commuter—or the adventurous, conscious traveler—are a dime a dozen. In order to stand out, brands must design thoughtfully, listen carefully, and work quickly. The ever-changing balance of life, work and travel makes meeting the needs of a contemporary consumer more difficult, but when a brand does it, instant demand is unsurprising. (Read More)

Peak Design Travel Line Kickstarter - THE Travellers Travel Bag Ecosystem

July 26th - via:
Peak Design has hit Kickstarter once again with a new line of products. The Travel Line is a completely modular system, stemming from a one carry-on sized, feature-packed backpack but with a multitude of packing options. (Read More)

This new Travel Backpack from Peak Design launched yesterday and already has over $1M pledged

July 24th - via:
Peak Design is basically a household name now when it comes to camera bags, but there are some that would complain that their current lineup doesn't really cater to more than a single-day use situation. They're fine to travel with, but they only address a segment of a traveling photographer's needs. To address this, Peak Design launched a new Travel Backpack system on Kickstarter, and in about 24 hours it already doubled its pledge goal with over $1M backed. What's so exciting about their latest bag that would have that kind of growth? (Read More)

One of Kickstarter’s best bag companies is back with a killer new travel pack

July 24th - via:
If you’re a frequent traveler, a pro photographer with lots and lots of gear, or just someone who likes excellent bags, then you absolutely have to check out Peak Design’s Travel Backpack. It’s the company’s eighth Kickstarter, and it’s already a hit, scoring more than $1 million in funding in less than a day after being officially listed. (Read More)

First hangout today at 4pm PT!

July 23rd - via:
Holy moly. Yippity skippity. Wowza. Annie Nyborg, our Director of Sustainability and Community, posing for a Travel Backpack shoot last week in Half Moon Bay. We we're up until about 3am putting the finishing touches on our campaign page and video.... (Read More)

A New Bag from Peak Design - A Travel Bag!

July 23rd - via:
That team at Peak Design doesn’t sleep. This time they’re going for something even bigger, both in size and scope. Their foray into the competitive “travel bag” space is bulwarked by a wealth of experience in making all sorts of bags, especially those designed for photographers. (Read More)

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