Shirt Shuttle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

It doesn’t matter whether you run, cycle or fly to the office, one thing remains the same; traveling with a freshly ironed dress shirt can be a pain the butt. Patrona has created what could be the perfect solution in the Shirt Shuttle.

The British team has designed a carrying case that not only looks great, but also protects your shirt and keeps it from creasing during your commute. The pack includes a folding board with a collar stiffener, hanging hook, and the outer carrying case itself. The secret lies in the ability to fold your shirt around the patented folding board with its curved edges. The case itself is not only lightweight and easy to carry, but it’s also completely water resistant and even crush proof. You couldn’t ask for a better way to carry your dress shirts. [Purchase]

Patrona Shirt Shuttle 1

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