DUCKS IN A ROW, the elegant cycling commuter backpack that’s both fashionable and practical, today launched its crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter.
DUCKS IN A ROW has made cyclist backpacks modern, elegant, chic and practical. This unique backpack is a combination of lifestyle and high-tech. The backpack has a convenient touch screen pocket which means users can navigate GPS and handle music without stopping. This is a must have feature for urban cyclists.
The founders of DUCKS IN A ROW discovered it was difficult to find a backpack that offered an elegant solution for carrying a laptop and looking professional and stylish while riding a bicycle, so they created one.
“We set out to bring our take on urban fashion to sophisticated commuters who cycle to work,” said Anna Brosh, co-founder of Ducks In a Row.
The DUCKS IN A ROW backpack has a simple handlebar connection which leaves cyclists’ shoulders free and keeps riders’ shirts and suits wrinkle free, fresh and tidy.
The backpacks will be available in Caramel or Dark Brown vegetable-tanned leather and each backpack comes with a designer water resistant rain cover to keep valuable contents dry.
“While developing this bag, we focused on creating the best solution for urban commuters’ every day needs which include functionality, style and fashion,” added Brosh.
DUCKS IN A ROW’s luxurious design and choice of materials creates a truly elegant bag and its many useful features are designed to offer solutions to your every need. Backpacks start at $189 on Kickstarter.
About DUCKS IN A ROW:
The creators of DUCKS IN A ROW, Anna Brosh and Tony Julie, worked together in a leading international photo bag company and decided to follow their true passion. DUCKS IN A ROW is a lifestyle brand for sophisticated urban city cyclists who seek style and fashion in their cycling backpack while remaining convenient. The DUCKS IN A ROW backpack is the first solution for an every day bag that not only looks great, but protects your laptop and makes your life easier by connecting to your handlebars and leaving your shoulders free.