Elevator Pitch | Cotopaxi Allpa Travel Pack
You're in an elevator bound for the 86th floor with Davis Smith, Founder and CEO of Cotopaxi, and he's pitching the Allpa, their latest adventure travel pack. Here's his rap.
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Adventure travelers love the Cotopaxi Allpa Travel Pack for its innovative design, technical materials and components, and its ridiculously rugged good looks. It’s carry-on compliant and features a splay-open design for convenience and a tough TPU-coated 1000D polyester, with durable 1680D ballistic nylon paneling exterior.
Cotopaxi Allpa travel pack
Cotopaxi Batac Daypack
The Cotopaxi Batac daypack slides seamlessly into the Allpa, and is made sustainably from remnant fabric.
Cotopaxi Allpa adventure travel backpack
The Allpa has reached more than 13 times its original Indiegogo goal of $35,000, with more than $450,000 in funding as of May 17.
Inside the Cotopaxi Allpa
The Allpa wears like a backpack but unzips flat like a suitcase, so you can access all your gear easily without fumbling to find small items.
The Allpa features a detachable side pocket for water bottles and ripstop fabric.
Contoured shoulder straps, padded hipbelt, and a breathable mesh back make the Allpa comfortable for travel.
We designed the pack without outer pockets, exposed buckles, pockets, or straps for good reason: We know that these features often snag and get in the way while on the move. Instead, enjoy the unique, load-supporting suspension that provides the comfort and support necessary for nimble travel, in addition to increasing security in high-traffic areas.
Security prevails with the Allpa, with theft-proof webbing sewn across its openings. This is the pack that will go anywhere and prove itself time and time again. Throw in the Batac 16L daypack for extra convenience, and you’re fully kitted out.
A bonus? The Batac is made of remnant fabric, so it’s colorful and unique as well as good for the environment.
The Allpa shattered its original goal to raise $35,000 on Indiegogo. Learn more about the crowdfunding campaign here.
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