The rub with work travel — well, the first of many rubs — is that you generally want to go with a single bag.
Not checked. Life’s too short for the baggage carousel.
Therein lies a problem: How to find a carry-all with the functionality of a backpack, but enough style to get you through a meeting or two?
Enter tech-positive S.F. maker Minaal’s Daily and Carry-On 2.0.
You want to travel with a backpack. Everybody wants to travel with a backpack. Especially one like this, with a foam back panel, four-point harness adjustment system and an adjustable chest strap. It’s just generally a nicer way to go than a roller.
But usually that means walking into your meetings looking like a Silicon Valley extra.
Minaal’s totes transform from carry-on lugs into streamlined work bags via a series of hideaway harnesses.
Straps safely stowed away, you can walk into a meeting looking like a housebroken and societally contributing adult.
One who speaks softly and carries a smart bag.