travel gear Quiksilver x Pacsafe collaboration

Australian brand Pacsafe is popular for its roster of bags that will carry all your essentials and keep them safe, too. 

In keeping with its adventurous spirit, Pacsafe partners with board sports brand Quiksilver to launch two bags made for any kind of traveler, especially those who love to go on adventures. 

The Quicksilver x Pacsafe 40L Anti-Theft Carry-On Pack (10,690) has unique safety and convenience features such as a removable dry bag, heavy-duty tarpaulin pockets, and storage space for the board rider with lots of gear to go. Anti-theft technology such as an eXomesh slashguard, Carrysafe slashguard straps, and secured zip tabs make it theft-proof, perfect for adventures sans the fear. 

Meanwhile, the Quicksilver x Pacsafe 25L Anti-Theft Backpack (P8,390) is good for both wet adventurers and city travelers. Its multi-organizational storage allots ample and secure spaces for laptops, tablets, and other gadgets, while safety features such as the PopNLock security clip allows travelers to anchor the bag to fixed object such as a table leg or post, to prevent the bag from being stolen. 

The Quiksilver x Pacsafe bag is perfect for adventurers
All Pacsafe-pioneered security features are shared by both models, along with Quicksilver’s striking “Heavy Water” board shorts lining. 

Pacsafe is available at Urbanize and Pacsafe stores in Glorietta 5, SM Mall of Asia, The Block SM North Edsa, and SM Seaside Cebu. It is also available at all Travel Club and Rustan’s branches as well as Fashion Rack NAIA 3 and Duty Free.

Topics: Australian brand , Pacsafe.Quiksilver , bags , traveler , adventures

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