Pack less. Pack light. Stay below the airline 7kg carry-on limit.
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Below7 is a movement towards minimalist travel. Our minimalist approach extends to our range of purposefully made lightweight travel gear. Take the weight off your shoulders and jet off with just your carry-on bag: below 7kgs.
In the spirit of minimalist travel all our products are shipped to you free of charge.
Why Travel Below7?
“When preparing to travel, lay out all your clothes and all your money. Then take half the clothes and twice the money.”
Travel is liberating. We unburden ourselves from monotony and open up to a world of possibilities. It’s a chance to let go. To explore. To experience.
At Below7 we love to travel and we love to let go. We’re all about providing affordable and lightweight gear to travelers that know that packing light doesn’t compromise adventure, it enables it.
“He who would travel happily must travel light.”
Antoine de St. Exupery
These days many airlines charge extra for baggage. Want to check-in a bag on a Cebu Pacific flight from Sydney to Manila? That’ll be $55, on top of a ticket that goes for as little as $300. Add on a few additional flights and suddenly that stuff you’re lugging around is costing you some serious dosh.
Pack smart, travel below 7kg and avoid the airline heavy bag tax.
“Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer”
Ultralight technical gear sold by the big name outdoor brands is frightfully expensive. It’s also overspecified for the types of activities most of us do. Unless you’re climbing Everest or hiking the Appalachian Trail then you just need to be taking gear that’s durable, value for money and, of course, light.
The Below7 range is intentionally kept simple.
Light gear at a great price.
“The question is, are we happy to suppose that our grandchildren may never be able to see an elephant except in a picture book?”
Below7 was started with a question. Can a small Australian business be used to create a net positive environmental impact? Not just minimise its collateral damage, but use its resources to help reverse climate change. That’s why we’re giving 50% of our profits to environmental charities and ensuring that the people who manufacture our stuff are well looked after.
Our planet and people before profit. As it should be.