Nendo Kame Luggage Has a Flexible Fabric Cover That Simply Rolls Aside

By: Amelia Roblin - Mar 21, 2015
References: nendo.jp & leibal
Seemingly inspired by those creased iPad covers, these folding suitcases make accessing your possessions easy. The majority of wheeled suitcases have heavy and cumbersome lids that can be annoying to open in tight quarters, so Nendo has worked to reinvent carry-on baggage with a pliable component.

The reinforced outer faces of Kame luggage have creases built-in, enabling the user to peel the panel back halfway, or to roll it to the side entirely. Five vertical folds allow you to curl the lid into a compact scroll that gives you full access to your clothes inside; meanwhile, the single horizontal one lets you conveniently pull out bits and pieces without having to lay the thing down and expose your gear.

The hybrid cloth and polycarbonate folding suitcases are part of a new Fabbrica Pelletterie Milano collection.