MOTW Shop: Hi-Tech Performance Bags

Mar 14, 2014

What is it about the Italians?  Whatever it is they do, they just have that natural style, swagger and originality that no one else can compete with. It doesn’t matter whether it’s fashion, product design, architecture or making luxury cars, there is always that Italian flair and originality that shines through.

Even when they do tech-bags, it’s a special event. Take these O-range bags for example. They use a state-of-the-art patented technology in which  innovative, weather-proof tech textiles are welded together, without the use of any stitching or seams. Many of their bags even have photovoltaic solar panels that create enough power to charge your mobile gadgets.  The end products are  sleek bags that look like the Ferrari’s of their class. O-range’s R&D and manufacturing is done on-site in Genova, Italy, and they’re also highly sought after for partnerships by my major global brands like LamborghiniRLX Ralph Lauren and Wenger.

Visit our MOTW online shop today to see our selection of O-range bags and accessories. Click here.


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