SuperStraps is the world’s first backpack booster that instantly relieves shoulder and back tension and lifts 27 pounds of force off your neck. Whether you are wearing a backpack on daily basis, or just occasionally have to bring your laptop to work, this is a product that should pique your interest. Aptly named, SuperStraps is created by BetterBack (crowdfunding giants) and it has been designed to be used with your favorite backpack. It instantly relieves shoulder and back tension and improves your posture by providing a more ergonomic support system thanks to its patent-pending technology.
Official Kickstarter campaign page: https://a4aefb.kckb.st/
When you feel your backpack getting heavy, SuperStraps instantly makes your backpack feel lighter and unloads the tension on your shoulders, back and neck. It allows you to walk upright with great posture and makes your favorite backpack ergonomic. Check the demo video below to learn more about the design of the SuperStraps system:
SuperStraps works by distributing the force of your backpack on up 5x the surface area and moving the weight of your backpack closer to your spine, where you can carry it ergonomically. This allows you to walk with the perfect posture without straining your muscles. When you activate SuperStraps you can feel the weight in your backpack instantly “disappear”. SuperStraps hides behind your backpack straps, ready to activate in 1 second flat. There’s nothing to charge or sync, it just works.
SuperStraps was launched three weeks ago via Kickstarter and has already raised over $317,000 thanks to more than 4,200 backers. While the campaign goal was met during the first few days, pledges starting from $49 for early bird backers will be available until the 28th of April. For more information, full specifications and a list of all available pledges jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign page.
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