Fun fact: One of the first smell-proof that bags that utilized an active carbon lining was developed by a guy who originally used the technology to make underwear liners for his flatulent wife. True story.
Just to be clear, that wasn’t the Skunk line from Vatra, but they do use a new and improved version of the same technology. This should indicate two things. First, Skunk bags are incredibly effective. Second, they can serve a secondary purpose if you have a gassy friend. But don’t waste a perfectly good Skunk bag on covering your buddy’s digestive issues. Beano is cheaper.
As alluded to, Skunk bags from Vatra aren’t the very first to use active carbon to trap the odor of your smoking materials, but the jaw-dropping variety, stylish designs and reasonable prices might make them your first choice. Retail pricing starts at just $19.95 for a simple pouch and goes all the way up to $149.95 for a wide selection of duffel bags and backpacks, with plenty of choices in between. Unlike many of their competitors, there’s no extra lining needed to trap the smell; it’s built right into the bag. When performance lags, simply hit it with a blow dryer to reactivate the carbon, and if that should ever fail, keep in mind they have a money back guarantee.