Stylish and Eco Friendly Pangolin Backpack from Cyclus

The innovative and handy Pangolin Backpack, getting inspired by the nature, has been designed like the Pangolin, a bristly anteater creature with razor sharp scales and claws. The material that has been used to make this backpack is simple and easy to get old truck tires. Just like the creature, the backpack has multi-layered construction that step by step folds and unfolds during operation. This construction allows more storage comparing its outer appearance which has made it a good gadget especially for mountain trackers.

cyclus pangolin backpack

cyclus pangolin backpack

cyclus pangolin backpack

Designer : Cyclus

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Miles says: December 3, 2009

Looks cool. Reminds me of an armadillo. But it looks dangerous. Do you think schools will allow them around because of their potential of being a weapon?

    Joe says: September 11, 2011

    How would it possibly be used as a weapon?

    Joe says: September 11, 2011

    How would it possibly be used as a weapon?

Ken says: December 7, 2009

It's Cool… But i think, in future children do not need any bag for school. This should be a Fashions.

    Nick says: July 21, 2013

    since when are backpacks only for children…?

edwin says: December 11, 2009

wow…it's bionic design……….

Andrew says: April 21, 2010

Wow, I would buy something like this! It looks great!

curtis carrington says: April 26, 2011

is this available in the us , please send a quote to dirtycurty72@yahoo.com

michael says: May 21, 2011

let me know where i can get one michaelharris09@yahoo.com

h-naji says: July 20, 2011

Perfect design keep going , trust yourself , be confedent you are able to innovate more serene and wise stuffs

saeed says: August 2, 2011

Please let me know if this is for sale saeedquaiti@hotmail.com

Matt says: August 13, 2011

I want one of these! facebook me info!

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Squirrel says: August 15, 2011

Can you tell me where this is available? Killer_muppet3@yahoo.com

Paco says: September 10, 2011

We sell many of the cool Cyclus bag styles from our Online Store, <a href="http://www.pacodesign.com.au,” target=”_blank”>www.pacodesign.com.au, to a handful of countries. Have a look!

Paco says: September 10, 2011

We sell many of the cool Cyclus bag styles from our Online Store, <a href="http://www.pacodesign.com.au,” target=”_blank”>www.pacodesign.com.au, to a handful of countries. Have a look!

Paco says: September 10, 2011

We sell many of the cool Cyclus bag styles from our Online Store, <a href="http://www.pacodesign.com.au,” target=”_blank”>www.pacodesign.com.au, to a handful of countries. Have a look!

Paco says: September 10, 2011

We sell many of the cool Cyclus bag styles from our Online Store, <a href="http://www.pacodesign.com.au,” target=”_blank”>www.pacodesign.com.au, to a handful of countries. Have a look!

Paco says: September 10, 2011

We sell many of the cool Cyclus bag styles from our Online Store, <a href="http://www.pacodesign.com.au,” target=”_blank”>www.pacodesign.com.au, to a handful of countries. Have a look!

Paco says: September 10, 2011

We sell many of the cool Cyclus bag styles from our Online Store, <a href="http://www.pacodesign.com.au,” target=”_blank”>www.pacodesign.com.au, to a handful of countries. Have a look!

Paco says: September 10, 2011

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Paco says: September 10, 2011

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Paco says: September 10, 2011

<a href="http://www.pacodesign.com.au” target=”_blank”>www.pacodesign.com.au

Paco says: September 10, 2011

<a href="http://www.pacodesign.com.au” target=”_blank”>www.pacodesign.com.au

Paco says: September 10, 2011

<a href="http://www.pacodesign.com.au” target=”_blank”>www.pacodesign.com.au

Paco says: September 10, 2011

<a href="http://www.pacodesign.com.au” target=”_blank”>www.pacodesign.com.au

Nick says: July 21, 2013

It say it's eco-friendly… how so?

    Danielle Lima says: December 4, 2013

    made out of truck tires… "The material that has been used to make this backpack is simple and easy to get old truck tires." that's how…

M.K. says: August 12, 2013

I watched a review on this bag and it does not fit a standard size folder. If you made another bigger size version of this bag that can hold a standard size folder, notebook and maybe even a school bag I would consider buying it.

M.K. says: August 12, 2013

School book*







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