The Tulum backpacks were created based on features that digital nomads were not finding in their current backpacks. Over there in Tulum, Mexico. 

  • As a digital nomad, you may be having a hard time finding a backpack that does not stick to your back in hot weather, packs flat in your luggage, is specifically organized for your lifestyle and will keep your belongings safe in a downpour or at the beach; all while being comfortable, durable and washable.
The beige backpack is seen with the rain shell on
The Tulum backpacks are made from hemp and cotton for a breathable and comfortable feel in any type of climate. The absence of padding allows to pack them flat and is compensated for by wide and soft straps.
    • We now have so many little gadgets to carry around that it is becoming more and more difficult to keep track of all of them: adapters, cords, cables, EarPods, earphones, USB flash drives, iPods, smartphone, tablet, wallet, keys for this, keys for that, computer glasses, external battery, chargers, dongles, AirTag, etc. Where the heck do we put all this when we are on the go, or even at home? The Tulum backpack has strategic pockets for everything.

    Photo showing the side pocket for any size smartphone

    This shows where the water bottle, the sunglass case and pens go

    Pockets for a 1 litre (33 ounces) bottle, sunglass case, 2 pens and passport/AirTag. A tablet fits in the zipped pocket at the top. The water bottle holder is collapsible.

    Photo showing the two level mesh pocket inside the main compartment

    The above photo shows the double level mesh pocket for organizing small gadgets and all cables, or your clothing when you go on a trip.

    Photo showing the secret pocket for airtag and passport at the bottom of the bag

    This photo shows the secret pocket for AirTag, passport, credit cards and cash. It zips closed.

    • How many times did you look for your hostel, bicycle or locker keys, your glasses, your earbuds and asked around?
    The beige backpack is seen from the back with the keys sticking out from the kangaroo pouch
    The Tulum backpack comes with a stretchy key organizer in a kangaroo pouch at the back. Use it to organize your hotel key, locker key, bicycle lock key, scooter key, USB and D-ring wallet. No more searching for keys and daily objects.
      • Another thing that digital nomads love about this bag is the awesome magnet closure that remains secure even when a thick and heavy laptop is inside it.

      This photo shows the 4 heavy magnets that close the backpack

      • The clip inside the main compartment also allows you to hang a D-ring wallet, a pouch, a USB drive or anything else.
      • Another thing is, in the back of our minds, don’t we all kind of have some concern for the environment? Is it cool to always purchase things in polyester, microfiber, nylon etc. Aren’t they all the same thing in the end: plastic straight from the petroleum industry.
      Close up of the hemp and cotton material of the backpack
      The Tulum backpacks are made from 55% hemp and 45% cotton.
        • Lastly, aren’t we tired of carrying huge bags and backpacks? Do we really need to log around all the stuff that fills up our bags? Weeding out what we do not need makes for less messy bags, lighter loads and a more pleasant experience. The Tulum bags are just the right size - not too big, not too small. They accomodate your laptop and work peripherals, or a beach towel, a water bottle and a sweater when you are off work.

        The two backpacks are laid flat on a table and two young people are typing away on their laptops next to the backpacks

        So, all in all, these are the reasons why this backpack was created. Smartphone, keys and wallet are always in place. Cables, tech peripherals and USB are no longer lost at the bottom.

        Customers have been enjoying all the features, including the awesome magnets for closure and the wide adjustable straps. And as always, our main objective is to listen to what you need and give it to you.

        Thank you for visiting.

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