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The Paxis Backpack Makes It Easy to Get to Your Stuff

by Conner Flynn
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Backpacks are great for storing your stuff, but you have to take the whole thing off just to get whatever you need, then put it back on again. It’s a heck of a first world problem. Thankfully, we now have a better backpack in the form of the Paxis.

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Paul Vierthaler developed Paxis to make it easy to access the stuff you need. The backpack comes with two main sections. The upper portion is a standard compartment for items you don’t need to have constant access to. The bottom portion however is perfect for important items like snacks, water or basic camping gear.

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Why? Because it’s attached to an articulated arm that can swing around to the user’s front, delivering your stuff right to you.

The bag comes in two sizes, 22-liter and 18-liter, and you can get it in several colors. It will cost you from $240 to $275(USD). Titally worth it just for the convenience.

[via Gizmodo via Fashionably Geek]

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