Pacsafe wins global iF product design award for its new anti-theft Backpack.

Pacsafe is proud to announce that its Z-28 anti-theft urban backpack was the proud recipient of the internationally acclaimed iF product design award. The Z-28 received the prestigious iF label in the Lifestyle and Leisure category and competed again 3,011 entries from 51 different countries worldwide.

Pacsafe Z-28 anti-theft urban backpackThe iF product design award has been an internationally recognized label for award-winning design for over 60 years. Each year, iF invites some of the most internationally renowned personalities from the areas of design, business and industry, and education to take part in an intensive three-day jury session.

The Z-28 anti-theft urban backpack was designed to celebrate and pay tribute to Pacsafe’s 15 years as travel security experts in the travel and outdoor industry.

Pacsafe’s innovative anti-theft eXomesh® 360° locking technology was deliberately laminated between tough retro canvas material to form a mesh imprint, which when combined with retro old school touchpoints and a contemporary, no nonsense backpack shape forms a unique, simple, secure, urban travel design piece.

The urban backpack’s  patented slashproof, eXomesh® 360° locking cage system allows users to attach and lock their bag around a secure fixture and also prevents would-be bag slashers from slashing vulnerable areas of the backpack.

The Z-28 also comes with a quilted, removable 17” MacBook /  laptop and iPad  / tablet compatible sleeve , whilst the quilted back support, internal and top zippered pockets  and  sternum & waist strap add  uncompromised functionality.

Pacsafe is honoured to have received the iF label of recognition, and the Z-28 heritage anti-theft urban backpack not only cements Pacsafe’s history, but marks the start of another successful 15 years as leaders in the travel security industry.

The Z-28 will be available in stores from January 2013.

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