Attachable Hip Pads
Our attachable hip pads add extra points of support to your Carry-on 2.0.
If you're into spontaneous hikes — or like to take extra weight off your shoulders when you explore a new city — these hip pads are for you. Clip them to your Carry-on 2.0's purpose-built loops, and remove them at will. Two layers of soft, supportive EVA foam provide plenty of cushioning for your hips, and the ergonomic design spreads the load to additional contact points on your body — leaving you fresher after a long day of walking.
- Works with the Carry-on 2.0 only.
- Constructed from two layers of soft, supportive EVA foam
- Ergonomic design spreads the load to additional contact points on your body
- Rugged Woojin buckle
- Net Weight: 0.15kg / 5.29oz
- LxWxH: 22cm x 8cm x 4cm
- Can fit this waist size range: 61-136cm / 24 - 54in
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These are must-have. I have the Carry-on 2.0 and used it extensively this last winter as I traveled to San Francisco every week. On one particularly brutal week of hotel prices, I opted for an AirBnB next to Alamo Square Park. After a full day of travel and working downtown, I opted to walk to my home for the week … all 2.9 miles of the uphill trek. My pack was heavy, because it holds a lot and I hadn't yet learned how to be chill when I pack for the week. I was a little tired at the end of my hike, but I wasn't weary. These hip pads, plus the strap adjustment on the bag, let me put the weight where it belonged.
I can't imagine going far without these in place. They're helpful at the airport when you have a long walk to the gate. But you can clip them behind you to get them out of the way when you just need to hoist the bag and go.
When my pack gets a little bit heavier, this helps the weight in my bag so it does not feel like the weight from the bag is pulling me back.