- different carrying options
- Storage compartments outside & inside
- fixed opening
- light inner lining
- water-repellent changing mat
- small utensil bag
- water-repellent wet compartment
- insulated bottle holder
- large main compartment
- Stroller hook
- Glass holder
- separate shoulder strap
- LxBxH: 30 x 17 x 39 cm
- Capacity: 19 L
The Goldie Up diaper backpack from the LÄSSIG Green Label collection comes as a timeless classic in a new, simple design.
It not only offers a lot of space and changing accessories, but also relies on sustainable materials and various carrying options. This makes the Goldie Up Backpack a stylish and functional companion for changing times and beyond.
With its fixed opening in the style of a doctor’s bag, the diaper backpack can be opened wide and thus offers easy access to the spacious interior.
If you need to be quick, the backpack can be closed and opened with just one hand thanks to the practical Velcro strap.
The clever layout on the inside and a large number of outer compartments ensure organization in everyday family life.
Wet clothes and diapers disappear into the water-repellent wet compartment on the back of the diaper backpack, while drinking bottles and the like are always to hand in the side pockets on the outside.
The bunch of keys, changing utensils and jars find their place in the many storage options in the main compartment.
Equipped with a water-repellent changing mat, an insulated bottle holder, a baby jar holder, a pram attachment, a small utensil pocket and a separate shoulder strap, you have everything you need on the go.
The Goldie Up diaper backpack adapts to every family thanks to its flexible carrying options.
The shoulder straps can be stowed away in the back compartment, turning the backpack into a bag in no time at all.
In addition to the practical attachment to the stroller, the bag with the separate shoulder strap can also be used as a cross-body and shoulder bag.
The outer material of the Goldie Up backpack is made from 100% recycled polyester from the textile brand Waste2Wear. For this purpose, 16 recycled PET bottles were processed.