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Po Campo offers bike bags for 'the smallest micro-commuters' (kids)

Published February 8, 2021

NEW YORK (BRAIN) — Po Campo is launching a new line of Po Campo bike bags for kids. The new line includes a Water Bottle Feed Bag, which can be strapped to the handlebars or elsewhere, a handlebar bag, and a backpack/pannier. 

"The new kids' line embraces all the features that make Po Campo bags popular amongst commuters and micro-mobility users, including stylish vegan, weatherproof fabric, highly reflective elements, multiple functional pockets, and subtle, durable straps that can be tucked away when not used for attaching to a bike or scooter," the company said.

"Each style in the collection zeroes in on what kids want and need in a bag: reflective details and fabrics, stash pockets for their snacks and toys, unique kid-specific colors and patterns, and easy-to-use attachments for both bikes and scooters so kids can 'do it myself' without their parents' help."

The Blip Water Bottle Feed Bag has a 3-Point attachment design to strap the bag onto handlebars, top tube, down tube or whatever works for a kid's bike or scooter. It has two side pockets with stretchy see-through mesh. A drawstring closure at the top secures loose objects. The bag easily attaches to the Po Campo kids backpack or can be carried with a wrist strap.  MSRP is $20.

The Speedy Handlebar Bag has "simple, adjustable and secure handlebar fasteners are designed to work with all handlebar styles and sizes for both kid's bikes and scooters." It has one main zippered compartment, a front stash pocket and a back pocket that stores attachment straps or the removable shoulder strap when not in use. D-rings on the back can be used to attach the bag to Po Campo's backpack or any bag with a clip. MSRP is $35.

The Zinger Backpack Pannier fastens to a bicycle rear rack with a hook-and-loop system. Once they reach their destination, kids can remove the pack and transition to a backpack using the stowed-away shoulder straps. It includes one main zippered compartment and a padded interior pocket that fits a Chromebook, books, clothing, or a water bladder (sold separately) to be used with a built-in hydration port. It also has two stretchy mesh side pockets and a front flap pocket. Snaps on the front of the pack allow other products in the line to be attached. MSRP is $50.

"With this new collection, we wanted to channel the joy and exploration of being a kid. Biking, scooting, skating – these ways of moving through the world can return some of that childlike wonder to all of us," said Po Campo founder and industrial designer Maria Boustead. "We started Po Campo because we couldn't find stylish, fun, functional bike bags. Kids have their own needs when it comes to gear, and we're excited to reach the youngest members of the micromobility community with bags designed just for them."

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