Moll Cool Tools CT2 Kombi Backpack
The versatile combination backpack
The Moll Cool Tools CT2 Kombi Backpack is the perfect companion whether you are in school or at work – The Cool Tool 2 is always up to the task.
The backpack consists of two separate compartments that can be used independently and in a number of ways.
The hard case has two separate dividers to organise the bag and accommodates folders, laptops and stationary. The main compartment has a subcompartment that can be completely removed and used as a laptop bag.
Usable size of the laptop bag: 26 x 27 x 5 cm = 3.5 litres of storage space
The bottom of the hard case is made up of high-quality hard foam that is waterproof of up to 4cm to protect contents when placing the backpack on wet floors.
The CT4 in the main compartment offers space for a large storage space of 42 x 30 x 14 cm (equivalent to 17.5 litres)
The front compartment has functional panels of mesh pockets that can be used to carry mobile phones, music players and pens. Usable size: 28 x 36 cm
To protect the backpack from rain, the Moll CT2 comes with a rain cover to cover the whole bag and has a dedicated compartment for the rain hood so it can be used at any time.
The removable and versatile attachment pocket offers additional storage space. For example, the daypack can be used as a sports bag and simply clipped to the hard case when needed. Thanks to the integrated carrying strap, the daypack can be carried around perfectly even without the hard case. The strap is adjustable and equipped with a padded shoulder protector. The daypack is completely executed in black. Only the circumferential strip of fabric and the brand logo are fluorescent and provide basic protection in the dark.
Even under stress, the moll backpack fits optimally to the body axis and keeps the strain on the spine as low as possible. The carrying straps of the hard case are well padded and individually adjustable. The back of the hard case is equipped with air cushions and cooling fins and ensure optimum air circulation.
To minimize the strain on the back, it is recommended to wear heavy items close to the back and not in the daypack. This relieves the spine, reducing leverage.