Always have a bed.
Our mission is to develop products that make it easier and more comfortable to spend time in nature enjoying outdoor activity. LayBakPak combines a 65 litre multi-featured backpack with a recliner camp bed that keeps you off the ground. Make the most of your time in nature and the outdoors. Wherever you go, explore or travel, know that you have a comfortable bed with you. Why rough it?
Backpack to reclining bed in just two minutes.
Setting up the bed is quick and easy. Without emptying the bag, the frame is removed to form the basis of the bed, which can be used as a camping bed or lounger. Watch the video to see how easy it is.
Using the backpack without the frame.
None of the backpack’s functionality is compromised if used without the frame. Watch the video to see how to modify and compress the bag, creating variable volume whilst conserving all the features.
- 65 litre capacity
- Pack frame converts to comfortable recliner camp bed
- Fully functioning backpack with or without frame
- Ergonomic low profile design
- Easy access front pockets
- Removable main sack divider
- 3 external mesh pockets and 2 hip-belt pockets
- Raincover pocket with extra capacity
- Internal security pocket
- Fully adjustable back system
- Pole loops and bungees
- Internal and external compression straps
- Front and back carry handles
- Weight: 2.5kg
- Carbon fibre and aluminium frame
- Length 1900mm
- Width 610mm
- Height 210mm
- Back adjusts to 4 positions (flat + 3 angles)
- 90kg maximum bed load
- Weight: 3.1kg
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