What do you want in your pocket? Safety to store so as not to drop? Convenience that can be easily put in and taken out? Of course, it's safe to have a pocket with a lock to store important things, but it's inconvenient for everyday use. It's easy, isn't it?), but if you walk around town, how many people are using their bags with their pocket zippers open?
I'm interested in hunting jackets, especially game pockets for prey. Pockets come in a wide variety of sizes and specifications, such as those with flaps, patch pockets, seam pockets, and those coated on the back to prevent blood from soaking in. I imagined the action of the hunter when putting prey into this pocket placed on the back.
The open pocket on the front, which eliminates the zipper and Velcro, is designed for maximum convenience while ensuring maximum safety. It can be accessed while carrying a bag (probably like a game pocket), and the frequency and purpose of use varies greatly depending on the user's personality and habits. It is also interesting to expand the use by "getting used to it".
We also pay attention to the difference between hardness and softness. The obvious core material and the adjacency of extreme different materials make the bag like a bag. The light and soft texture that eliminates the core material as much as possible and the three-dimensional pattern that conforms to the body are easy to adapt to the body and have a natural appearance.