Suitpack Transports Business Attire Crease-Free

 - Jan 31, 2012
References: cambridge-design & gizmag
For cycling commuters, bringing a suit to the office crease-free is practically impossible, so Cambridge Design Partnership created the Suitpack to make sure workers look snazzy at all times.

The idea behind the Suitpack came to life when the firm realized that a big contribution to workers' choice method of transportation -- cars over environmentally friendly bikes or busses -- was their expensive attire. This led to the creation of the bag, which has lightweight design and is easy to use. The Suitpack has a shell-like structure with dimensional configuration that properly protects the suit from wrinkling as the cyclist is traveling. Not commuting via bicycle? No problem, because the Suitpack will work just as well for anyone looking to transport their business attire via public trans.