Announcing the launch of its new Ergo-Tech Collection, Kata is giving consumers worldwide a new reason to get excited about what they put on their backs, shoulders or belts. Boasting state-of-the-art designs that look as though they were taken from the pages of a sci-fi novel, Kata's new bags, packs, and cases will be distributed exclusively in North America by Bogen Imaging.
Developed with the mobile consumer in mind, Ergo-Tech ideally complements lifestyles which are dominated by electronics. In the design process, Kata took into account the various gadgets and gizmos that consumers interact with on a day-to-day basis and created the ultimate on-the-go collection of carrying solutions to meet their needs. The Ergo-Tech Collection includes more than 17 models, each uniquely designed to accommodate a range of electronics, including digital cameras, cell phones, MP3 players, PDAs, laptops, and more.
The Ergo-Tech Collection is made from Kata's Elasto-Guard material. Consisting of two layers, Elasto-Guard is a flexible material that will adjust to the ever changing shapes and movements of the carrier's body, while also able to shift shape in order to fit the variable equipment within. The external layer is made from a high-resistance stretchable knit/weave and the middle layer consists of a one to three millimeter, closed-cell, waterproof elastic foam padding.
Like Kata's Global Digital Collection (GDC), the Ergo-Tech Collection features the same, tried and trusted "yelloop" internal fabric. Vibrant, scratch and static resistant, ‘yelloop' enables the attachment of dividers and provides unmatched cushioning. While the Ergo-Tech Collection offers consumers a futuristic design, it also offers a new level of protection. Each bag features designated safeguard zones, where extra internal, modular padding is added to protect the gear within. In addition, safe guard zones also feature Flexi-Shield, a technology specifically designed for the Ergo-Tech collection. Flexi-Shield, Kata's new, high-frequency, molded flexible reinforcement, appears in the form of ridges on the exterior of safe guard zones for ultimate protection.