World's First Two Bag System for Travel & Commuting

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Henty is the world's first two bag system designed for travellers & commuters. It keeps your clothes crease free while packing in a ton of features for any adventure.

we hope it will encourage people to commute to work by bike or foot, but it's also great for a two to three day business trip

Australian company Henty Designs has launched the CoPilot, an innovative garment bag that solves travellers and commuters troubles of transporting work clothes without getting them creased.

It was funded on Kickstarter within the first hour, and now has pledges in excess of $100,000.

The two bag system consists of:
a) Outer garment bag for your suits, dresses, shirts or other clothes
b) Inner day bag for gym clothes, shoes, toiletries, camera, laptop, or anything you want

The outer bag rolls up around the inner bag, holding it securely in place with durable clips designed for cycling, running, and any abuse.

Rolling into a tubular shape with a diameter of approximately 30 centimetres, the bag has semi-rigid PVC ribs that run up the length of the bag, preventing it from folding.

There are four inner bag options to choose from. A sausage shaped utility bag (Inner Tube), a Dry Bag or a Sports Bag (backpack or messenger styles). The inner bag fits inside the rolled suit bag to carry clothes, shoes, towels, toiletries and other accessories. Additionally, it features an external pocket which can accommodate a 15-inch laptop and A4 note pad.

Designed in Australia, Henty is using Kickstarter to launch the CoPilot globally.

Mr Grey said, “It’s been a very busy 12 months, getting the CoPilot ready to launch. While the CoPilot may appeal to anyone who travels and needs to transport clothes, we hope it will encourage people to commute to work by bike or foot. It will make life easier for those who travel for two to three days on business or ride and need to transport clothes to the office.”

Pictures of the CoPilot and videos of how it works can be viewed on Kickstarter ( and are available on request through dropbox or email.

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