The British brand of backpacking that impressed us with its functional features, durable materials and an unusual story. The beginnings of the brand are based on Neil Verden's own experience, who fell in love with India after college. Poor backpacks have made his travel unpleasant enough to decide to come up with his own idea.
In 2014, a light-packed branded backpack was seen in the light of the world, whose products meet the tighter conditions of hand luggage. Smaller volumes that match the specified dimensions of shipping companies, the use of durable materials, and plenty of unobtrusive yet more practical snaps, including lockable zippers and a special tracking system, which will allow you to return long-lost luggage. All stages of backpack production are subject to quality checks, the materials used meet the criteria of all European regulatory tests with respect to the principles of social responsibility. Cabin Zero is also trying to support charity projects in developing countries, including educational programs for local residents.