Introducing ZIPPELIN––the world’s first inflatable travel bag that’s spacious when you need it and compact when you don’t. Trucks are tough. That’s why your FREITAG product is tough. It used to be one. Be nice to yours and it will be like a true Swiss friend: modest, reliable and always there when you need it.

At FREITAG they use old truck tarpaulins to make multifunctional bags that are all truly one-of-a-kind. Each bag is a recycled individual product (R.I.P.), and their truck tarps are perfectly suited to create water-repellent, robust bags that––they are proud to say––could never be mistaken for anyone else’s at baggage claim.

When inflated, ZIPPELIN is a light, tough travel bag with a capacity of 85 liters that is built for the long haul; and when deflated, ZIPPELIN takes up no more space in your closet than the two liters of booze you bought at duty-free.

About The Product
– two grip handles for horizontal and vertical swingers

– two concealed, rapid-access compartments: a large upholstered one for essentials like your laptop (up to Macbook Pro 15“)

– single-section main compartment (except for a small zip pocket for flat objects and valuables) enables wrinkle-free packing and rapid access

– water-resistant, two-way zipper with additional G-hook fasteners made of black anodized aluminum
Materials: used truck tarpaulins, used car seat belts

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