Hold Everything and Go Anywhere

Travelers and Adventurers seek a carryall which handles a maximum amount of items in a minimal amount of space.  We are always searching for the perfect pack.  The Julpak fills the gap between the minimalist wallet and the bulky bags on the market.  With its versatile, lightweight design, you can carry your essentials with a smart, polished look.  Best of all, Julpak’s patented “expand-collapse” layout can accommodate a surprising amount of personal gear.

Innovative Design makes Julpak a Standout Bag

The Julpak is an original, hand-crafted pouch that unfolds flat with a plurality of pockets.  It is designed to be something that people use often and to be multi-functional.  You can wear it on a belt or carry it as a cross-body bag, a shoulder bag, a waist-pack, or tuck it into your cargo pocket or day pack.  In addition, Julpaks are made with 500-Denier Cordura, water resistant for indoor or outdoor use, with many colors to choose from.

Find Security with the Julpak

Our world has become more mobile and at the same time less secure.  Credit cards, driver’s licenses, passports, company badges, and hotel key-cards all have sensitive and personal information embedded into them.  The Julpak offers protection for all of these personal items with a lining of RFID-shielding cloth (optional on some models).  As a result, you can travel with the confidence of knowing your ID is secure.

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Get Your Gear!

Every Julpak needs its gear. Be prepared when you leave home…whether you are setting out for faraway places or going to the grocery store you must have your essentials with you at all times.

Here you will find many of the items you need for your Julpak in the right size and at the right price. I have field-tested these in my own Every Day Carry (EDC) kit. I can recommend each piece as a solid choice for your pack.

Determine your purpose when choosing your gear:

When building an EDC remember the 5 C’s of Survival: Cover, Container, Cutting, Cordage, and Compression (fire).

For emergency preparedness keep in mind: First Aid, Water Safety, Food Prep, Hygiene, Important Documents, Emergency Cash, Lighting, Phone Chargers, Signaling, and Orienteering.

If you are traveling by air avoid anything with a blade!