Baggizmo aims to be the only everyday-carry bag a man needs

{ 6 comments }

baggizmo

The folks who created the Baggizmo (and its Kickstarter project) want you to think about how you look when dressed nicely for a meeting with your client, and then replace that polished image with how you look for that meeting after you loaded up your pants and jacket pockets with all your daily-carry gear.  Ladislav Juric, an IT manager and Founder Institute graduate and one of the creators of the Baggizmo, is a “gadget freak who never leaves home without all of his gadgets”. He wanted a bag that could hold everything he needed for his day, but he didn’t like any of the bulky bags and backpacks on the market.  He wanted an organized bag that could hold what he needed and still fit sleek and flat against his body.

The Baggizmo was designed to hold everything a man needs while still fitting comfortably over a shirt or under a jacket without adding a lot of bulk.  The bag has a polygonal shape and a series of organized pockets and compartments to hold everything, even tablets.  Your gadgets will be easily accessible while you wear the bag, and it even has a special pocket on the strap to keep your earbud cables untangled and convenient.  The bag is made of “hard wearing fabric with good protective properties and a high level of stability.”  It is an abrasion resistant, breathable, and water-repellent quality and innovative textile that provides special protection against mechanical or heat damage.

The Baggizmo project ends Thursday, July 9, 2015 at 12:09 PM EDT.  They still have a way to go to meet their $35,000 funding goal.  A minimum pledge of $100.00 is required for your choice of a left- or right-handed Baggizmo in either light steel blue or onyx black.

Posted in: Bags, News
{ 6 comments… add one }
  • Betty Widerski June 22, 2015, 10:09 am

    Yes, for a man – it looks like it rides up too high to work for a non-flat-fronted woman, but I’ve asked the project to show it on a woman if they think it would work.

    • Julie Strietelmeier June 22, 2015, 10:18 am

      @Betty I was also wondering about that. I thinking about pledging for one since I’m completely flat 🙂

      • Izvorka June 23, 2015, 1:26 pm

        Although Baggizmo was primarly designed for men, we’ve also received great feedback from women. During design process we’ve given it a thought and it became a part of our future product development plan.

        We are inviting you to wait a bit more, because we’ll start with its development right after our Kickstarter campaign is finished. Current version of Baggizmo could fit women, but only the ones with the small sized breasts.

        Thank you for your kind enquiry, we are quite excited to begin desigining it – together with other special Baggizmo models – like the one for school children and blind people as well.

        Our story has just begun and we hope you will join us!

  • Eric June 22, 2015, 11:21 am

    To me it looks like it would get uncomfortably hot strapped that close to the body like that.

    • Izvorka June 23, 2015, 1:29 pm

      Baggizmo’s shape has been conditioned around a polygonal pattern that has enabled the good grip of the bag to the torso, while the possibility of regulating the length of the straps provides customization depending on a man’s proportions. Comfort and carrying convenience have also been determined by the choice of the material that clings to the body, but still allows the circulation of air between the bag and the body.

  • digi_owl June 23, 2015, 8:31 am

    Looks very similar to what Urban Tool has been offering for years.

Leave a Comment