Tropicfeel deals with upcycled materials, natural fabrics, and compostable packaging and follows an on-demand business model. The company has been able to raise the US $2 million in pre-orders only this year. They have used Hyosung sustainable materials for their travel backpack which include GRS certified 100% recycled regen fibers.
The backpack is appropriate for commuters, weekenders and travelers; and can be easily transformed into different sizes- compressed 22L, normal 30L and expanded 40L. It has a minimalist 3-in-1 adaptable design for seamless transitions. The shell travel pack features Hyosung's Mipan regen nylon and creora regen elastane both made with 100% reclaimed waste, in addition to regen polyester and regen cotna are made from 100% post-consumer waste- all of which help save valuable resources from being removed from the earth.
Alberto Espinós, Tropicfee CEO & Founder wants to make travel more responsible and wants to offer unmatched versatility, access, organization and everyday aesthetics with their shell backpack. Hyosung is a comprehensive fiber manufacturer and offers the world's largest elastane brand creora. Mipan nylon and specialty polyester provide functional and sustainable fiber solutions that are essential to today's dynamic textile market.
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