In the world of backpacks, I’ve seen a lot of gimmicks and novelty features that are integrated with the bag that really don’t add to the overall experience or functionality. These days, you can find no shortage of backpacks with integrated mobile technology. This really just adds up to components and wires that will break down in all-weather situations, and bring little more than new ways to connect your iphone to your backpack. Not very interesting.
Paxis has done something much more. The Paxis Pack was born out of Paul Vierthaler’s (Co-Founder, Paxis) desire to have a pack where he could access critical gear without the need to stop and remove the pack. He designed the articulating hinge technology – or “ARC Swing” technology that makes Paxis a unique and extremely useful design update to daypacks.
Read the full review of Paxis on mycampsitereview.com
In the midst of pointless idiotic gimmicks being hailed as revolutionary and innovative, it’s refreshing to see an innovation that is useful and also justifies the use of the term.
I first saw the Paxis pack at the Orlando ICAST show. As a 31 year Firefighter/Paramedic I fell in love with this product. I wish I would have had this when I was a paramedic as it would have made my life a lot easier on trauma calls. I love my Paxis Pax and won’t go anywhere with out it.
Great bag. Holds all of my equipment and is easy to carry.