Real Things People Invented: The Dadbag, A Fanny Pack That Looks Like An Exposed Belly – Design You Trust

Real Things People Invented: The Dadbag, A Fanny Pack That Looks Like An Exposed Belly

This is the Dadbag, the brainchild of designer Albert Pukies, which I did just a little bit in my mouth right now. Each bag looks like the exposed stomach of a man, and come in a variety of skin tones, hairiness, and plumpness.

At the time of this writing, the Dadbag isn’t commercially available yet (Pukies is still looking for production partners), which is a shame for everybody who saw this and thought, “I must have one of those,” and a real blessing to everyone who didn’t.

Keep going for several more shots including the different options.

More: The Dadbag h/t: geekologie

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