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The Kando Backpack Has Room for Supplies and a Tent

By: Michael Hines - Published: • References: damianschneider & tuvie
Sleeping in your knapsack wasn't an option before the Kando Backpack came along. Kando was designed by Damian Schneider and Matthias Scherzinger, two designers who are more than likely not big fans of lugging a pop tent through the wilderness.

The Kando Backpack was designed to fit an entire tent, along with a bunch of other supplies inside of it. The backpack is no bigger than a regular travel pack, ensuring that hikers don't have to lug around a ton of weight just to have the convenience of not carrying a tent. The tent itself is slim and sleek, with room for one person. As anyone who has ever camped knows, packing a tent can be a pain. The poles, straps and stakes are a lot to lug around, even by car. The Kando Backpack will greatly help outdoors men and women who prefer to travel light. Stats for Habitable Knapsacks Trending: Older & Warm
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