Vrypac Is Back With The “Vrypac DISH TRAIL” Backpack Inspired By Stanford Dish Trail

Vrypac, the new-concept backpack introduced by Zennie62Media and commissioned by Teka Thomas in 2017, is back a year later in 2018 with a significant upgrade. The inaugural version of Vrypac was perfect for carrying small items, but customers wanted more space to fit devices like the latest digital communications tech, the iPad Mini, as they use the backpack for travel.

You might remember the “Vrypac Unboxing” video by Zennie62 on YouTube from last year.

Vrypac, known for its low-profile backpack popular in the Parkour community, released an expandable version of its signature product. Named for the popular walking Stanford Dish Loop Trail in the San Francisco Bay Area’s Silicon Valley, the Vrypac DISH TRAIL backpack looks as sleek as the original, but can enlarge to fit more personal items.
Vrypac is also known as “The Minimalist Backpack for Sports & Travel.”

For electric scooter riders, you can use Vrypac to hold your essentials and hold your balance. Extreme sports athletes like the baby backpack Vrypac, where their center of gravity is maintained, and with the peace of mind that they have their stuff with them.

“I run the Dish Trail all the time when I visit my folks,” says Vrypac LLC Founder Teka Thomas. “This experience guided me in thinking about the new product.  In addition to the basics-wallet, glasses, phone, many often want a 17 oz. water bottle and a long sleeve t-shirt. The convertibility from flat to spacious will add lots of value.” The other obvious change is the addition of the color pink, which Thomas says a number of customers asked for.

Vrypac can be yours in Pink or Black, and the new Vrypac DISH TRAIL version is now available

Vrypac is available for sale on Amazon and Pompusa.org, a veteran marketplace.

Stay tuned.

This Zennie62Media post sponsored by Vrypac.

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