Posted October 25, 2016 in Adventure Journals by Minister of Information
Budapest : the Parliament building in Pest on the Danube
Sometimes people just need a little actual experience to be convinced. The primary motivation behind the development of our Sky Train Convertible Carry-on bag was to build a bag that folks with smaller statures could handle. When you pull out the hidden retractable backpack straps from the top of the back of the bag and easily attach them to the handy heavy-duty stainless steel rings located snugly at the bottom, suddenly you’ve transposed what could have been a bulky and heavy bag into a lightweight travel bag that flows with your movement with ease. This was what Scott’s wife discovered during a trip to Europe. Sky Train, carry it three ways, by the Claw Shoulder Strap, by the comfortable Euro-handle or by the convenient shoulder straps.
After perusing the Internet to learn about the utility of various carry-on bags, I selected two from Red Oxx for us to support a two 1/2 month trip within Eastern Europe. My wife was less than convinced until one week into the trip, she became a Red Oxx “sales person.” After using the integrated backpack straps and the shoulder strap that actually works on those journeys up to a fifth floor walkup, it was the bag for her. Thanks for the tough zippers. I can’t tell you how many failed zippers I have had in the past.
That is great news Scott. For submitting his adventure Journal, Scott got a Market Tote in Bordeaux to match his Sky Train. You too, can get a free Market Tote. Send us your Adventure Journal today! Cheers, Jim Markel, CEO