A premium quality, durable, & versatile toiletry bag that lets you organize & pack your toiletries.
About this project : How much of my stuff fits in there? We're Gravel - We’re passionate about designing travel products that become trusty companions
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Why the name Gravel? You know that sound when your tires leave the pavement for a dirt road? That's where the adventure begins, that's Gravel. Dirt roads have led us to some our favorite places in the world - hot springs, mountain trails, and beautiful scenic routes. To us, Gravel is the means to take us somewhere amazing. Introducing The Expeditioner Toiletry BagWhat Is The Expeditioner Toiletry Bag?Man that's a great question, thanks for asking. Toiletry bags - it’s probably something you don’t think about all the time but it’s something that you need every single time you travel. We’ve set out to design the best toiletry bag on the planet.This bag will carry it all while staying compact. Pack in an electric razor, electric toothbrush, loads of liquids, etc...easy peasy. See how we did it below! Wait, how is it possible to fit all that stuff? Gravel On The Internets: How to back this campaign: 1. Click "Back This Project"2. Pick your reward level3. Want to add more bags to your reward? Check out the graphic below titled "Purchase Levels" and under "Add Expeditioner to any order" and increase your pledge amount accordingly. (Shipping for additional bags will be collected via BackerKit surveys)Jump to our FAQ if you need a more detailed answer Our StoryChris met Lance at a kickstarter party in Utah, USA and Chris shared his idea for a new way to carry toiletries while traveling. The problem we saw was that many travelers were packing their toiletries into ziplock bags, giant “catch all” bags, and sometimes foregoing a toiletry bag all together. After many late nights researching & designing they launched “The Best Toiletry Bag For Traveling” on Kickstarter last year - making an organized, compact, & easier way to travel light.Goodness gracious...we raised over $200k in crowdfunding and Gravel has now shipped thousands of our bags to 65+ countries around the world. We’re blown away and humbled. Backers like you brought Gravel to life. This time around, with your help, we’re making our best products even better.We're here for our second Kickstarter. After launching our first product we received a lot of awesome feedback and found there was a huge need for a toiletry bag that would more comfortably fit electric toothbrushes, electric razors, larger liquids, & bulkier items - all while staying compact & organized. We packed up our bags and moved from the USA to Vietnam for a few months to live next to our manufacturer so that we could speed up the development process. We are SO EXCITED about this new bag!What makes this the best toiletry bag?Here's The Problem:Current toiletry bags on the market often have no organization options & feature just one or maybe two compartments. Since when did Ziplock become the #1 provider of toiletry bags?! Spilling your shampoo all over everything is the worst and mixing all of your toiletries together is way gross. One of our least favorite thoughts is picturing our nail clippers rubbing up against our toothbrush. Why should your toothbrush be in the same pocket as your toenail clippers? We thought there had to be a much better way.Here's The Solution:The Expeditioner was designed with 8 separate pockets to keep you organized and pack a ton of stuff for extended trips. Carry bulkier items like an electric razor, electric toothbrushes, and large liquid containers while still staying compact. We used only premium materials so it cleans easily, and it just feels fantastic in your hands. Electric Razor/Taller Items Pocket - A mesh pocket with a curved zipper for easy access. It easily fits electric razors, hair combs and taller items! This pocket is large to add versatility so you can pack this as you’d like...it’s cozy in here. Ladies, if you are blessed to not have a beard and don’t have an electric razor then you can easily fit mascara, tampons, and other stuff. (10” Length x 4.5” Wide) Water Resistant Toothbrush & Toothpaste Pocket - This pocket is solely for your toothbrush to keep your toothbrush from gathering debris &am...
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