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Luggage Jacket Helps Travelers Avoid Airlines’ Bagage Fees [Pics]

Luggage Jacket Helps Travelers Avoid Airlines’ Bagage Fees [Pics]
Design & Architecture

Wearable suitcase turns a coat into a carry-on.

Serena Chu
  • 23 september 2013

Paying for an additional piece of luggage is something we all want to avoid. Airlines have been on a constant hunt to make a dent in our travel budgets. With U.S. airlines such as Spirit and Frontier charging travelers for carry-ons, it is only a matter of time before other airlines hop on the bandwagon.

Investing in a Jaktogo might solve all of your baggage fee problems. Jaktogo is a “luggage jacket” that allows travelers to literally wear all of their possessions, anything from laptops to underwear. This all-in-one travel solution is made from light and durable material that is water resistant. With 14 various sized pockets, the Jaktogo allows you with plenty of room.

Jaktogos can be purchased here. They range anywhere from $94 – $319.

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