Biking around London as a student, Kathryn Carlson found juggling cargo and stowing it securely between stops a distracting dilemma. Inspired by the function of a car trunk—or a boot in British parlance—she invented this sophisticated bicycle storage system. Easily installed to most standard bike racks, it features a weather-tight top made from marine grade wood and a locking mechanism that keeps valuables safely stored. When open, it offers a large central compartment and two pannier pouches on the side, giving you multiple options for toting everything you want to take along for the ride—a six pack and snacks, yoga gear, or office essentials. The system includes online key registration to replace your keys in a snap if they get lost. With thoughtful and stylish details like an impact-resistant ABS plastic shell and reflective racing stripe, it's a jaunty cycling accessory for students, commuters, and urban errand runners. Made in Boston.