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GETAWAY SET: Prada's Nylon Cargo Bags
Text by Justin Ng | Photos courtesy of Prada
16.07.2019
Nylon cargo backpack with padded nylon, macro-pockets and technical harness straps.
Nylon cargo backpack with padded nylon, macro-pockets and technical harness straps.
Nylon cargo backpack with padded nylon, macro-pockets and technical harness straps.
Nylon cargo tote bag with padded nylon, macro-pockets and nappa handle
Nylon cargo tote bag with padded nylon, macro-pockets and nappa handle
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You’ve witnessed the Bowling bag, the Brique as well as the iconic Prada backpack in all their padded nylon glory. Now, the brand is launching a new line — Nylon Cargo — perfect for your upcoming summer getaway. With its padded nylon fabric, the bag is waterproof so you don’t have to worry about rain killing all your summer goodies whether you’re out bargaining on the humid street markets of Thailand or beach-tanning on one of the tropical islands of Singapore. The bags from the new collection also incorporate weaved macro-pockets that not only let you fit your already overstuffed pack, but also give you a major boost if you’re someone suffering from mild (possibly severe) OCD. Besides, when you’re out and about in a foreign land, you probably want to make sure you’re not confusing your sunscreen with your mosquito spray (not good, trust us.) And with your trip coming soon, maybe it's time to start considering your travel backpack options — this might be one of them. 

 

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