With Breaker One, we have simplified packing and created a perfect companion for traveling, one that you can trust will protect your belongings.
SALT LAKE CITY (PRWEB) May 22, 2018
Crowdfunding backers have carried the Breaker One Bag past its campaign goal, investing more than $20,000 in the versatile travel bag on Kickstarter.
“We’re excited to surpass our campaign goal, and know crowdfunders will enjoy the Breaker One Bag, offering the perfect solution when traveling with a single backpack,” said Breaker Bags Founder and lead designer Jon Paul White. “Breaker One is not only very functional on trips, but also is designed to make packing for your next trip a breeze and keep all your gear safe when you’re on your journey.”
The durable, carry-all bag provides more than 20 places to store all essentials, eliminating the need to travel with multiple bags. With a place for everything, travelers can focus on their adventures – without needing several bags to carry their gear.
The Breaker One Bag, made from a water and abrasion resistant 840D nylon with a polyurethane coating, features 12 compartments, six organizational pockets, a water bottle holder complete with a drain, a laundry bag with compression straps, an accessories pouch, TSA-approved toiletry bag, along with a technology organizer to ensure cords and devices are organized.
“With all these compartments developed to store all your gear on a trip, the Breaker One embodies the idea of being the one bag you need to take, no matter where you go,” White said.
The Breaker One Bag features include:
· 12 compartments
· 6 organizational pockets/pouches
· 1 large water bottle holder with drain
· 1 laundry bag with compression straps
· 1 TSA-approved toiletry bag
· Accessories pouch
· Tech organizer with hanger
· Removable hip belt
· Reflective tabs
· Tripod holder
· Bottle opener
· Rain Cover
· Two-felt lined pockets
· Two key hooks
· Top and side carry handles
· Sternum strap with whistle
· Removable messenger strap
· Multiple hidden safe-storage pockets
· Large, padded laptop and tablet compartment
· Compression straps
· Water and abrasion resistant 840D nylon with PU coating
· Rip-stop internal lining
· Water-resistant YKK zippers
· Roll-top for extra gear capacity and security
· Magnetic Fidlock buckles and snaps for extra security and ease
· Lockable main zipper
· Sleek profile designed to fit in airplane overhead and under-seat storage areas
· Laptop compartment opening located at bag top to prevent theft
· Stash zipper protectors
Jon Paul White, working alongside with his brother David White and father Jon White, spent the last five years in designing “the perfect backpack” that would allow travelers to better find and live life’s adventures. The result is a bag that organizes and protects travelers’ luggage that is comfortable and stylish to carry.
“Our goal was to create a single backpack that would travel and function for you, so that packing became automatic – rather than causing additional stress when traveling,” White said. “With Breaker One, we have simplified packing and created a perfect companion for traveling, one that you can trust will protect your belongings. We are all about creating the best bags to help create the best experience for our customers."
For more information and to pre-order at early-bird crowdfunding discount prices, visit Breaker One Bag’s Kickstarter Campaign Page.
About Breaker Bags
Jon Paul White, lead designer and Breaker Bags founder, has been obsessing about backpack design for the past five years. He graduated with honors with degrees in Industrial Design and Design Management at Arizona State University, and has created more than a dozen backpack designs over the years. As a two-time leukemia survivor, he’s learned to value life’s many possibilities and adventures, and has worked hard to create a product that will help others find and live their own adventures.
Jon Paul’s brother, Dave White, is the perfect combination of computer geek and outdoor adventurer. He earned a degree in English (with a minor in Hebrew) from the University of Utah, all the while earning his way in the world by mastering computer technology and design. When he’s not working at his computer, he’s toting his cameras into the backcountry and high country of Utah’s wilderness (along with many other excursions as far away as the mountains of Peru).
Jon White is proud to call Jon Paul and Dave his sons. He graduated many years ago from Brigham Young University, then embarked on a career in advertising. He and his two partners, John Dahlin and Darrell Smith, founded Dahlin Smith White Advertising in 1986. For nearly 20 years, they helped lead the way in technology advertising, most notably as the ad agency that created and nurtured the Intel Inside campaign for Intel, Inc., throughout the decade of the 90’s. Now retired, he’s just happy to be in business with his second set of awesome partners.