Nitro Bags ● Cypress Chili

Nitro Bags gives his own perspective on urban luggage. We saw together in these last seasons how the brand from Austria can have unique solutions for your commuting life and with this Cypress we have further confirmations. We saw backpacks with thermic compartments, colorful patterns versus plain colorways, all with different capacities and this only explains one thing: according to the occasion, there is a backpack for every individual.

Cypress Chili is not like anything you already saw. With its 28 liters capacity this luggage piece, whose design is inspired by old school trekking backpacks, is ready to give a fresh flavor to your city life.

To open the bag you have a quite unusual hook closure that, according to how full is your bag, it can be put in a loop or in another. You can also do like Gaia D did in these pictures and hook a pair of carabineers (not included) for any occasion they may come handy.

Instead of ropes and pickets, you probably will put inside your computer to go study at the library. Maybe you will carry your iPad too. Your Cypress will say welcome to both, considering that ih has two different dedicated pockets.

Same for your chargers and accessories: you have plenty of options to carry everything in its place

Open the side zipper to pick up a magazine if you entered the train and you can finally relax for a minute.

Let’s not forget a key factor when you are picking up an item of this kind: ergonomic back. As you can see, beside padded shoulder straps you also have a padded back to carry your stuff with a minor effort.

Add to this a premium ballistic nylon that is also very soft and an excellent quality price rate, for a backpack destined to last for a long time, and the outcome is: Nitro Bags are an option not to underestimate.

Browse the whole collection on Nitro Bags website and tell your favorite shop that Nitro Distribution is in charge of this brand for Italy.
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https://www.nitrobags.it/collections/summer-2015/products/cypress-chili
Photos courtesy of Michele Marossi photo

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