VentaPak instantly upgrades your backpack to the next level. Developed together with physical therapists, and leading industrial designers, it tackles all of your backpack issues in one go.
VentaPak - Backpack Comfort Accessory Lightweight <12 OZ
How people use their VentaPak
"I'm a female ultralight backpacker and trail guide. The VentaPak is super comfortable and is well made with quality features and design. The frames are fully adjustable and holds my frameless backpack securely!"
Christy D, USA
This accessory has made my favourite bag so much more breathable, and my posture feels better. When i ride my bike to work now, i am stunned by how much cooler my back feels. It feels like it shouldn't be possible. I look forward to using this for many years to come.
Kyle Rector, UK
This product is amazing! I am a photographer in Amsterdam and i am always carrying around a backpack loaded with camera gear either on my bike or walking through the city. In summer it is a nightmare always carrying it on one shoulder so my back can air out but now i have a VentaPak it has changed completly, I no longer have a sweaty back.
Mike, the Netherlands
Health and wellness
I'm a September 11th survivor and i have to use a portable oxygen concentrator or oxygen tanks on a daily basis. I came across the VentaPak and I'm thrilled i did. The structure is secure and strong enough to sustain disperse the weight of a fairly large oxygen tank.
M. Thornton, USA
Comfort in three easy steps:
Pick your VentaPak size (small or regular) based on the size of your backpack. Our two sizes fit all standard backpacks.
Attach the VentaPak to your backpack in less than a minute, and easily adjust the straps for your desired location.
Get out there! VentaPak keeps you dry and gives you the support you need to explore the world. Need a rest? Detach the VentaPak easily and use it as a headrest too!
After commuting by bike in Manhatten for years, New York City-based entrepreneur Mark Dingle realised there was one big problem distracting him from the pleasures of his daily ride: a sweaty back and a backpack pressing into his spine.
Together with physical therapists, he created an prototype that would become the VentaPak.Read our story