The Matador Messenger

Sea x Sky – The Waterproof Backpack That Can Fit In Your Pocket

Photo+courtesy+of+Kickstarter.com+
Photo courtesy of Kickstarter.com

Photo courtesy of Kickstarter.com

Photo courtesy of Kickstarter.com

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






“Our goal for designing this product is to remove the hassle and bulkiness of traditional backpacks. Our funding goal for the Sea x Sky pack is $10,000. We were fully funded in under 10 hrs,” reported Mikaella, product designer, in an interview with The Matador Messenger.

The backpack is lightweight, waterproof, compact, durable, functional, and beautiful.

“The Sea to Sky pack was born out of necessity. We designed the pack to be large enough to fit everything we needed, yet small and light enough to conserve space and weight. After going through dozens of prototypes and iterations, we finally created a bag we were happy to call our own,” according to  their kickstarter.com website.

When compacted, the backpack is only 5.5 ounces, and can fit into a pouch/pocket with the size of 4.9” x 3”. When expanded, it has a size of 20” x 11”.

“The outside pocket zipper is reflective to assist in visibility at night; the adjustable sternum strap buckle has a built in emergency whistle; the side pockets are big enough to hold a water bottle; and there are adjustable stability straps to to help with comfort,” according to campingiseasy.com.

The Sea x Sky Pack comes in many colors including Ursus Black, Pacific Blue, Fire Coral, and the new, Kickstarter Green.

“We hit our first milestone today and unlocked the Kickstarter Green color. We are aiming to add other features as a stretch goal such as different colors and a fully waterproof zipper,” stated Mikaella.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

6 Comments

6 Responses to “Sea x Sky – The Waterproof Backpack That Can Fit In Your Pocket”

  1. Alex Kafure on June 16th, 2017 9:21 pm

    Thanks for the mention 🙂

    Alex Kafure
    Co-founder, CampingIsEasy.com

    [Reply]

  2. Alexander McCarthy on August 31st, 2017 10:41 am

    I really like the look of this project

    [Reply]

  3. Alejandra Robles on September 8th, 2017 10:03 am

    I think that the backpack sounds amazing. It starts small but them it gets bigger. It looks so big in the picture and it only weighs 5.5 ounces. I think that Ashlynn Elliot did an amazing job on writing this article. Ashlynn explained how small it is and she explained how much it grows.

    [Reply]

  4. Michael Castro on September 8th, 2017 10:11 am

    A backpack like this is good for dropping it in water by accident and not be wet. It doesn’t have to weigh that much when you’re tired and need to carry your backpack. There can also be lots of space and not that much weight. It can be useful for people that have trouble with their backpack with no much room.

    [Reply]

  5. Kacper on September 8th, 2017 10:52 am

    Nice written article.

    [Reply]

  6. Sydney Fried on September 11th, 2017 8:12 am

    After reading this story, I think I need one of these sea x sky.

    [Reply]

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




*

Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Sea x Sky – The Waterproof Backpack That Can Fit In Your Pocket

    Science and Technology

    Small Asteroid Flies Over South Africa Just Hours After Being Detected

  • Sea x Sky – The Waterproof Backpack That Can Fit In Your Pocket

    Science and Technology

    A Record Breaking Storm Hits the Southern Ocean

  • Sea x Sky – The Waterproof Backpack That Can Fit In Your Pocket

    Science and Technology

    Lanternflies, New “Unicorn” of the wild

  • Sea x Sky – The Waterproof Backpack That Can Fit In Your Pocket

    Science and Technology

    Apple Unveils New iOS 12 Features At Worldwide Developers Conference Conference

  • Sea x Sky – The Waterproof Backpack That Can Fit In Your Pocket

    Science and Technology

    Over 100 Species Found In Bermuda Ocean Zone

  • Sea x Sky – The Waterproof Backpack That Can Fit In Your Pocket

    Breaking News

    Two Earthquakes Strike in Guam

  • Sea x Sky – The Waterproof Backpack That Can Fit In Your Pocket

    Science and Technology

    Potential Ninth in Solar System Discovered

  • Sea x Sky – The Waterproof Backpack That Can Fit In Your Pocket

    Science and Technology

    Elon’s Musk L.A Tunnel Is Almost Finished and He’s Offering Free Rides

  • Sea x Sky – The Waterproof Backpack That Can Fit In Your Pocket

    Science and Technology

    Saturn’s Moons May Possess Conditions to Support Life

  • Sea x Sky – The Waterproof Backpack That Can Fit In Your Pocket

    Science and Technology

    Your Sunscreen May Be Damaging the Coral Reef

The student news site of Bernardo Yorba Middle School
Sea x Sky – The Waterproof Backpack That Can Fit In Your Pocket