The FarPoint wheels 36 is a travel bag designed by Osprey, it has everything a conventional suitcase would have but can also double up as a backpack. If the rugged terrain gets too much for the wheels on the suitcase the telescopic handle can be pushed down and the inner panel unzipped to reveal the shoulder harness and hip belt for added security. As well as having dozens of compartments for various items the suitcase also has straps inside and outside the bag to keep everything secure, so it doesn’t shake around.
My first thought when I saw the Kabuto Smart was that I was going to need to wear something nicer than paint-stained sweat pants on my next flight, this bag is so handsome you are going to want to look your best whilst travelling so as not to embarrass it. This bag comes in six stunning designs: Black Silver, Black Graphite, White Yellow, Graphite, Ink Blue (my personal favourite) and Black Copper (the model we received).
The El Camino Bracelet was thought up by Tom (from England) and Candace (from Canada), whilst hiking along the coast from Barcelona to Monaco. On their return to England, they created a few bracelets for themselves and friends with a man down the road engraving the little metal Steps. As demand grew due to word of mouth, the pair decided to name their creation El Camino, which is a nod to the Spanish roots where they first thought up the idea and means, rather appropriately, route or path in Spanish.
I am more than a little bit in love with this bag. I only wish we had got our hands on it sooner for our recent travels in South America, as this bag is ALL bags, all at once. Do you want a wheelie bag for easy commuting around airports and public transport? A light day pack for exploring? A large comfortable backpack for long tips and travelling? This bag is all those things and more. This light-weight wheeled travel pack transforms into a fully operational backpack.