Prague-based luggage brand NAUT introduces its NOMAD travel backpack, a large outdoor carrier with a clean techwear look and a smart modular system. The forerunner to the NOMAD backpack was introduced during Mercedes-Benz Prague Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018, made in collaboration with Jan Cerny for the Czech designer’s runway collection. The newest generation NOMAD maintains the original model’s slick look with a fine-tuned design for maximum utility.
The NOMAD is a versatile rolltop constructed of durable, waterproof yet lightweight Cordura 500D, Tech Pro textile from Italy, adjustable sternum straps from Slovakia and magnetic GT Cobra buckles from USA. The backpack’s front wall opens entirely so that the main compartment can be accessed like a suitcase, and its 35L volume can be expanded with modular bags that can be worn on their own as crossbody and hip bags. At first glance, the streamlined design appears to have no pockets, but a closer look reveals zippers at the sides that give access to a hidden organizer pocket system, as well as a built-in USB port for convenient charging.
In addition to sourcing globally for the best quality materials, NAUT manufactures all of its bags locally in the Czech Republic for precise production, guaranteed quality and ethical responsibility. You can pre-order the NOMAD backpack now at NAUT’s website for a retail price of €194 EUR (approximately $228 USD) and expected delivery in mid-July.
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