Unfortunately, it turned out no such product existed. There were only basic covers on the market, and no one had solved the problem with covers being swept away by the wind. Kåre decided to construct something of his own, with a top and bottom part that provided protection without blowing away.
Kåre also wanted to solve the problem of ventilation and condensation, and designed the Bag’in with quality air ducts. The first prototype, sewn by his mother-in-law, saw the light of day in the spring of 2017.
Kåre’s mother-in-law still sewes for Bag’in to this day.