This bag has so many different uses for different people. I’m excited about its potential because it’s unlike any other bag, purse or fanny pack.
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) December 10, 2013
Fashion designer Yan Ma announced today the launch of her hands-free designer bag company, U Koala Bag. Inspired by the koala bear, the bag offers customers maximum accessibility and security during everyday activities. It’s particularly useful for active people such as hikers, bikers, hunters, hairstylists, travelers and more.
The U Koala Bag has two straps, one can be adjusted to wear around the waist or carry on the shoulder while the other strap secures to the thigh. The design incorporates functional pockets and curved edges for weight distribution of personal items providing maximum comfort for the owner. They are made with high-grade, quality materials that are recyclable and biodegradable including cartoon canvas, synthetic leather and water resistant material. Pre-washed for softness and chemical free, there are over 18 comfortable styles and sizes for both men and women.
“I’ve always wanted a bag that would allow me to be hands-free, and when I was traveling in Australia I noticed how koala bears firmly hug trees. It gave me the idea to design a bag that mimics the bears, but instead wrapping around a person’s leg,” said Yan Ma, Owner of U Koala Bag. “This bag has so many different uses for different people. I’m excited about its potential because it’s unlike any other bag, purse or fanny pack.”
The U Koala Bag can be purchased online at https://www.ukoalabag.com/store.
ABOUT U KOALA BAG:
The U Koala Bag (http://www.ukoalabag.com) is designed and named after the koala bear, which contours to the thigh like a koala bear hugs a tree. It has two straps, one around the waist or shoulder while the other is strapped securely to the thigh. The design offers functional pockets for personal items and curved edges for weight distribution providing maximum comfort and security. The hands-free experience is ideal for everyday activities such as hiking, biking, dog walking, hairstyling, traveling and more.