He’s several income notches above the typical road warrior, but Tumi CEO Jerome Griffith actually prefers lengthy highway journeys to any other sort of travel. Always the sort to seek out remote cross-continental roads on his off time, Griffith criss-crossed multiple continents himself on a motorcycle to promote the new Tumi Ducati luggage collection. We asked him to choose one piece of luggage small enough to go on the back of a bike, and fill it with five essential items for a solo cross-continental journey.
The Bag: Tumi Ducati Backpack
Like new worn only one time is this high quality Tumi Ducati Corse Backpack. Has some nifty compartments for Ipod, wires, etc and also a collapsible rear compartment that holds a full helmet. Retails for $250. I'll let it go for $100 including shipping.
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The Tumi Ducati Tank Backpack is made from tought and lightweight nylon. It has multiple exterior/interior pockets and even one waterproof pocket with an air vent. It also has Airmesh shoulder and chest straps making it comfortable to wear. The design also looks amazing. 🙂
Remember the that we featured a few months ago? We just received confirmation that the bags will be available locally at Travel Club (Greenbelt and Shangrila Mall) this November. One of my favorites in the line-up is the Tumi Ducati Tank Backpack.