Design-driven music accessories creator, MONO, has upgraded its bestselling backpack, unveiling the FlyBy Ultra. The new pack builds on a beloved companion for producers, DJs, artists and industry professionals, offering new features that may make it the ultimate creator’s bag.
The original FlyBy is renowned for its supreme storage capabilities, sleek styling and its unique two-in-one design that detached a standalone laptop bag from the main tour compartment. FlyBy Ultra takes this concept up a notch, boasting an array of premium upgrades, such as new premium materials and components, a flight-ready luggage pass-through, shockproof gear protection and enhanced ergonomic features.
New materials include a water-resistant 1680D Ballistic Nylon outer shell, with luxury inner linings and reflective outer panels, designed to keep you visible backstage and in other poorly lit areas. The shockproof shell structure keeps your gear safe and protected, with heavy-duty waterproof YKK zippers to keep the elements at bay.
Along with the luggage pass-through, functionality improvements like detachable shoulder/cross-body straps and magnetic quick-release buckles have been implemented. The shoulder straps have been redesigned for superior comfort when on-the-go.
FlyBy Ultra’s storage space will be a blessing for DJs, with space for controllers, vinyl records and touring essentials, while the break-away laptop bag is ideal for more minimal performances.
MONO’s senior sales manager, Randy Couvillon, says, “The MONO FlyBy has been the bag of choice for gigging musicians and producers for almost a decade, and now we’re proud to add this Ultra version to our lineup. It’s the FlyBy you love taken to the next level — new materials, new features, a whole new Ultra experience. Whether you’re a musician, studio producer or digital nomad, the FlyBy Ultra will unlock the ultimate creator experience.”
MONO FlyBy Ultra is shipping this November at a price of $299. Find out more at monocreators.com
[Editor’s note: MONO is owned by BandLab Technologies, which also owns MusicTech]
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