RotationThe rotation 180º Travel Away is a unique backpack for adventurous travelers that keeps their most valuable gear both secure and easily accessible. The pack’s patented rotation technology, which recently won two of Europe’s top design awards (the Red Dot Award and the OutDoor Industry Award 2014), keep their documents (e.g. passports, purses, wallets), electronic devices (e.g. phone, iPad Mini) and travel gear (e.g. guidebooks) safe from prying hands.

With a simple twist, the lower belt pack rotates to the front for quick access and then rotates back under the main backpack into a secure, locked channel. No longer do women have to hug their purses close to their sides or men keep a protective hand on their wallets and passports in their pockets. And, when they want their guidebook or binoculars, no longer do they need to take off their backpack to get them. The rotation 180º Travel Away is right now retailing for $199.99.

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