Your typical everyday backpacks are designed for convenience. Easy access to your keys and wallet and storage space to pack as much as possible without back strain. The result is functional but uncomfortable. The main reason for this is that backpacks direct the weight away from your body. JOEY is different.
What makes JOEY unique is the ergonomic back suspension system that directs the weight towards your hips and lays JOEY right against your back. A contoured hip pad absorbs the weight and reduces horizontal movements when walking or running. Load-lifter straps and stowable hip and sternum straps provide maximum comfort. Multi-directional air flow tunnels provide pleasant ventilation and keep your back dry at all times.
So it’s ergonomic, what about performance? YKK zippers grant access to the interior offering countless ways to stow things like your power-bank, notebook, or pens. The top pouch can open and expand into a much larger pouch that can hold up to an additional 22 Litres. A stowable rain cover means you are good to go in all conditions. If it is not raining, the cover fits nicely into a separate pocket located outside at the bottom.
Strong magnets make fastening easy, and the secure snap functionality ensures a continuously high locking force. Your passport has its own hidden pocket facing towards your back, which can be accessed without taking off the backpack. JOEY is up on Kickstarter right now. If you want one, you better hurry. Not because the campaign is ending, because they are almost sold out.