All-New Wayfinder Backpacks from Eagle Creek

24 May 2018

Building a Better Backpack By Design - Available 7/1

Eagle Creek, the creator of the original adventure travel pack, introduces the all-new Wayfinder collection of backpacks. Lightweight, versatile and innovative, Wayfinder packs store your most important possessions right where they’re needed—close to the body and easy to access.

The Wayfinder collection is not just about travel today, but tomorrow and forever. Eagle Creek’s sustainable approach to creating this new pack collection is no accident. The recycled PVC-free RPVB coating that makes the Wayfinder packs easy to clean comes from windshields currently in landfills. This recycled material not only minimizes waste, but adds oil resistance, high tenacity and incredible durability.

Thoughtful features include a hidden tech pocket, which enables access to power banks and cords for secure, hands-free connectivity throughout the day. A separate sleeve holds up to a 17” laptop. Wet/damp articles are easily stored in the front zip pocket with a drain hole and there’s a microfleece-lined pocket for sunglasses and small quick-access items and side water bottle pockets. The unisex and female-specific suspension are found across the size spectrum and every Wayfinder pack is covered by Eagle Creek’s legendary No Matter What™ Warranty.

Available 7/1/18, the Wayfinder Collection includes:

Wayfinder Pack 40L & 40L W's 

Perfect for weekends and last minute adventures, this maxed-out carry on is the ideal size for fun.
Wayfinder Pack 30L & 30L W's 
Small enough to be discreet, large enough for a quick weekend getaway.
Wayfinder Pack 20L & 20L W's 
The only non-living companion needed for the commute to work, or through the woods to grandmothers house.
Wayfinder Backpack Mini 
Small, light and versatile, holds everything needed for a big day or quick jaunt.
Wayfinder Crossbody 
Lose a strap, but keep the organization and versatility.
Wayfinder Waist Pack Small 
Wayfinder Waist Pack Medium 
They just will not go away.

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