Exclusive daypack for individualists: The Tatonka Kema

Everybody who is looking for a daypack that is not just functional and well equipped but also modernly designed will love this model. The daypack Kema convinces with extensive features and extravagant design. Whether for work, studying, errands or excursions: Kema supports you wherever you go and lets you always look good.


Kema leaves nothing to be desired: It was conceived to facilitate your everyday life and make it as easy as possible. Thanks to the Vent Comfort carrying system the backpack is very comfortable to wear and due to a ventilation channel and a breathable AirMesh cover you won’t work up a sweat. The back frame’s curved foam cushions guarantee maximum carrying comfort and the removable waist strap can fixate the backpack on the back – practical when being biking. The S-shaped and well padded shoulder straps also serve the convenience of this everyday companion: They can be fixated by the height-adjustable chest belt.

Practical details for your everyday life

The padded 15,4 inches laptop compartment and the additional touchpad compartment protect your electronic devices, while the key holder, the handy side pockets and the zippered front pocket create order. Thanks to its spacious packing volume of 22 liter, Kema is also suited for excursions and short trips, as you can stow everything you need. The padded bottom protects the backpack’s content and makes Kema a reliable everyday companion.

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Extravagant design makes Kema a real eyecatcher

Besides its high-quality features, Kema stands out against the competition due to its extravagant design: its extraordinary cover flap is a real highlight and can be closed with an aesthetically pleasing aluminum buckle. The main compartment can be sealed by a lacing that protects you luggage additionally. This outstanding look is completed by Kema’s material, which gives the daypack a cotton-like appearance and with that, its charm.

 

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