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Meet the Pakt One. It packs like a suitcase, carries like a duffel, and travels like a pro. The One has been perfected through five+ years and hundreds of thousands of miles of global travel testing.
"Pakt could become my go-to for travel for years to come."
After the original bag appeared in the documentary, Minimalism, Malcolm Fontier and The Minimalists received thousands of vocal requests to bring the bag back. In 2017, they teamed up with Sprout Studios and videographer Matt D'Avella to introduce a new, improved version – The One. With the help of nearly 7,000 backers and $2M later, the bag was successfully crowdfunded, and a brand was born.
Great concept and well made but no wheels. Anyone who has had to run to the furthest terminal knows what I mean.
I've had my grey Pakt One for about 6 months now. I've used it on a couple of road trips and on the plane a few times. I love it. The capacity, the organization, the accessibility, the materials, the look. It always fits comfortably under the seat in front of me. I have both the Pakt One and The Pakt Travel Backpack. Carrying a bag on one shoulder will never be as comfy as two shoulders, but I find myself always reaching for the Pakt One. The ability to quickly put it down and the ease of swinging it around my body and getting my passport truly makes it a win for me. Don't even get me started on the packing cubes that fit perfectly in the bag. I cannot recommend this bag enough!
The only thing I'm missing now is a packable backpack to go with it!
I just received my back last week. I had planned on waiting for a run of the black but wanted to have the bag for my next trip. I am very pleased with the Gray. The quality of the bag is excellent. Material seems to very durable and the workmanship is of a very high standard. I love the functionality of it and cannot wait to use it on my next business trip.
This bag is so user friendly and so well designed! A delight to use for both air and car travel.
No, it does not- you would have to use a luggage strap or something similar to connect it to a rolling suitcase.
The Pakt One is not completely waterproof, but the materials are water-resistant across all colorways, and the Black Pakt One has water-resistant YKK zippers.
All colorways of the Pakt One are built to last, but the Black bag has a more technical/structured feel and is the only colorway with water resistant zippers.
We have used the Pakt One as a personal item on Spirit (and other airlines that charge for carry-ons) when it’s packed lightly. A fully stuffed Pakt One may not fit within their maximum personal item size limit.
We're glad you asked! The short version: we source quality materials and work with only top notch manufacturing partners to create a product that is going to have a long life. Check out this blog post where we go a bit more in depth.