Mainstream economic theory teaches us that capitalism is an economic system which incentivizes people to use their energies, resources and talents in the most efficient and socially beneficial ways possible. World Wide Scrotes, and the Scrote’n’Tote are perfect examples of this theory in action.


Daniel Bitton wearing the Scrote’n’Tote

Last year this photo of Daniel Bitton wearing the Scrote’n’Tote went viral. Since then, thousands of requests to acquire this life changing product have poured in. As a result, out of a sense of profound humanitarianism, Daniel and several friends have had to interrupt their lives in order to fully dedicate them to the production of lifelike, hideous, giant scrotum backpacks.

Great job, capitalism!

Although the video may suggest otherwise, this is an actual and legitimate project. The aim of this campaign is to produce sturdy, functional, durable, high quality and of course stylish Scrote’n’Tote backpacks to be made available to aesthetes all over the world.

The funding goal of $33,000 will cover the cost of producing the mold for the skin textured part of the bag, which is the biggest pre-production expense. The money also covers various smaller research costs including testing out different materials, different methods for attaching the skin part to the backpack part, producing various prototypes, quality tests, trying out different production facilities in different locations to see who can make the best product, etc.

The Scrote’n’Tote prototype you see in the images was produced by hand by special effects prosthetics artist C.J. Goldman and is too heavy and delicate to be used as a proper backpack, on top of costing almost $1000 to produce per bag, which is why they can’t use that method or materials. Once they’ve produced something functional and sturdy that looks as close to the original as possible, they’ll sell the Scrote’n’Totes online for $120 USD each, plus shipping.

However, everyone who donated $10 will be entitled to buy one for only $69 plus shipping, as well as getting the satisfaction of knowing that they helped bring the gift of scrotes into the world. There’s also the option to put the whole $69 down right away which saves you the extra $10.

You can support this project HERE!