Recycled Light the backpack cover

It’s doing two things here in the UK getting darker earlier and raining just that bit more. So at no better time could there be a Kickstarter for a reflective backpack cover. Dan from Recycled Light has this to say; “It is a practical accessory for cycling in poor weather – it is properly waterproof to keep your bag dry and clean and it is reflective to make you more visible when braving the outside world. It is very affordable, starting at £12, this is an accessory for everyone.” They do look pretty neat and I like neat, I also like dry kit so this one is another good idea, mainly for putting two things together, a bergen cover and reflectiveness (in a nice way). Dan is trying to get this off the ground and has just launched his Kickstarter so if this is your thing to help you get safely through the winter safely the get over and back it here.

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