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Tropicfeel Introduces ‘Shell’, the Ultimate Travel Backpack made from Recycled Plastic Bottles

Tropicfeel, makers of the most funded shoes in crowdfunding history, launch versatile and minimalist 3-in-1…

Tropicfeel Introduces ‘Shell’, the Ultimate Travel Backpack made from Recycled Plastic Bottles

Tropicfeel, makers of the most funded shoes in crowdfunding history, launch versatile and minimalist 3-in-1 Shell Backpack and Wardrobe Travel System on Kickstarter

BARCELONA, Spain (PRWEB) September 30, 2020

Tropicfeel, a company that focuses on using upcycled materials, natural fabrics and compostable packaging, today launched Shell, its new travel and commuter backpack and wardrobe system on Kickstarter.

The Shell backpack and wardrobe system features a minimalist 3-in-1 adaptable design that seamlessly transitions to suit the commuter, weekender, and traveler by transforming into three different sizes: compressed 22L, normal 30L and expanded 40L21L.

Combining the organization, carry on size, and space optimization of suitcases with the ergonomics and portability of hiking backpacks, it’s a backpack for a lifetime designed to meet modern-day travelers’ needs.

“The need to have versatile products and to try to contribute through a brand to change the way people travel, was what led to Tropicfeel foundation,” said Alberto Espinos, Tropicfeel founder & CEO. “We help people build a positive relationship with their environment. Believing that sustainability is a responsibility rather an opportunity, we use sustainable materials that improve vital environmental problems.”

Available in the three different colors, Shell offers maximum versatility and space optimization while also using sustainable 60{d54a1665abf9e9c0a672e4d38f9dfbddcef0b06673b320158dd31c640423e2e5} recycled nylon and more than 30 recycled plastic bottles per bag.

Designed for everywhere and everywhen, Tropicfeel burst onto the scene in 2017 with the aim of creating the ultimate go-anywhere shoe for travelers: lightweight, stylish and sustainable. The first shoe – Monsoon – launched through crowdfunding in 2018 and quickly became the most-funded shoe in Kickstarter history.

Tropicfeel’s products focus on using upcycled materials, natural fabrics and compostable packaging, as the brand aims to challenge the unsustainable way the traditional fashion industry operates.

“We are travel lovers and we want to make responsible travel the norm,” said Espinos. “We’re offering unmatched versatility, access, organization, and everyday aesthetics.”

Shell daily-use features include: compressible, laptop pocket, mesh pockets for stationery and a fully accessible top opening.

For longer trips, the wardrobe system features three different compartments for organization, while helps you pack a 20{d54a1665abf9e9c0a672e4d38f9dfbddcef0b06673b320158dd31c640423e2e5} more, reinventing the packing cube compressible mechanism:

  • Two closed compartments for small accessories and garments
  • One big compartment to place trousers, shirts, jumpers, long dresses or overalls
  • One compartment with shelves to keep t-shirts organized and instantly accessible

Additional accessories for The Shell will also be available for purchase that include: a camera cube to protect camera equipment, pocket pouch for quick easy access to items and a toiletry bag.

For more information on Tropicfeel and to pre-order the Shell backpack, visit the campaign page on Kickstarter.

About Tropicfeel:

Tropicfeel is a community of travel lovers committed to leaving a positive footprint. We inspire conscious travel through high quality, versatile and sustainable travel gear.

Designed with the planet in mind, Tropicfeel’s products focus on using upcycled materials, natural fabrics and compostable packaging. The crowdfunding model allows the brand to efficiently forecast demand and production needs, keep stock inventories low and avoid over-production.

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