Fayettechill’s Kickstarter campaign is near completion and we need your help to cross the finish line.
Fayettechill is crowd sourcing our “Journeyman Dry Backpack” and we’re 91% to our $30,000 goal. The Journeyman is the realization of 5 years worth of planning and building, designed specifically for the hybrid lifestyle that Fayettechill promotes. This gear that wasn’t designed to take you to the top of Mt. Everest, but was designed to keep your valuables protected during a sudden down pour in between classes, or up to the task to join you on an impromptu trip you dream up while at work.
After years of honing our identity as a brand and production capacities as a company, we are now at a point where we can confidently offer The Journeyman Dry Bag Backpack, Fayettechill’s first piece of outdoor gear designed entirely from the thread up.
The Journeyman features a 25L waterproof main compartment that offers top of the line protection from all the elements. The top and outside compartments are water resistant, offer flexible and easily accessible story options for the traveler on the go looking for more casual protection. The main compartment includes a detachable inner laptop sleeve that makes it versatile in both urban and wild environments.
Fayettechill’s Kickstarter campaign offers the bag by itself for $125.00, $15.00 less than its retail price. Additionally there are a wide variety of pledge tiers that range from $1 – $550 through which you can show your support. Help keep the gear game local and support Fayettechill’s latest ambition to enter the most technical component of the outdoor market. Fayettechill was initially created as a response to the current outdoor market at the time, one that was highly valued by our local community, but not necessarily representative of our needs or style.
The Journeyman is another step forward towards creating products that we believe our community could use and enjoy with their everyday lifestyle.
Help make the Journeyman Dry Backpack a reality by contributing to the Kickstarter campaign today.