Luxury & Fashion
Jun 1, 2017
Three in one for the outdoors
Spending a few days outdoor can be challenging by the amount of material you need to carry: tent, sleeping bag, temperature-appropriate clothing, daily hygiene items, extra shoes and, if you want to cook you will even add the camping stove and everything require for the meal.
Fortunately, nowadays there are already good options for nature lovers, the instruments become lighter and more compact, the instruments are made thinking in an ease handling and transport, decrease the weight, increase the comfort.
The JakPak is a three in one that respond the demands of transport and weight. In a single object are gathered a waterproof jacket, a sleeping bag and an individual tent. Made from waterproof and flame retardant material, the jacket hides two compartments that can be removed as the camper's needs.
They function as pockets attached to the interior of the coat, a locking system allows them to be easily removed and replaced, in the inside another simple pocket contains instructions for the unfolding parts, you can choose to wear only the coat, or coat and sleeping bag, depending your requirements. Opening a lower pocket, quickly unrolls a warm and impermeable sleeping bag, above, next to the hood, there is a structure that becomes a tent, which easily are arranged along the trunk, just attach the belt in the back and everything is stable and there is no risk of losing the shelter by any wind.
The tent jacket has been designed to facilitate transport and use, the whole mechanism is based on zipper or velcro fasteners and elastics, everything placed in the right place makes the product functional and easy to handle. Thinking about the comfort of the user, the jacket has suspenders that tie to the pants, helping to carry everything more comfortably, and a mosquito net that accompanies the structure of the tent, for protection of the user.
Attends to the main needs of a short stay in nature, low weight, durability, breathability, storage, waterproofing, comfortable shelter and in appearance, easily passes through a simple waterproof coat.
The minimalist design will appeal to the needs of campers who seek for practical solutions, but not only, the creative company, Active Engineering LLC, in partnership with a federal emergency management agency, donated several JakPaks to respond the needs of homeless or victims of natural disaster, circumstances where this individual shelter can make all the difference.