They are made from recycled plastic and the semi-rigid vertical ribs define the diameter of the garment bag. When rolled, it holds clothes in place, minimising creasing.
There is also has enough space for a laptop, two pairs of shoes, toiletries, accessories and loads more.
The bags are small enough to be used as cabin luggage on an airplane and have a large external pocket handy for passports, tickets, important documents and keys.
There is also a removable laptop pouch and strong coat hanger with pivoting hook, comfortable padded adjustable straps with solid aluminium buckles, leather handle for carrying briefcase style, and a high-vis contoured waterproof rain jacket.
The Henty CoPilot bags were made possible through a crowdfunding campaign that raised more than $320,000 from more than 1000 backers.
The bag was awarded Chicago Athenaeum’s prestigious Good Design Award in 2016 for the most innovative and cutting-edge product designed and produced across the world.