The minimalist everyday backpack
A super-low profile design, our debut backpack was made in the spirit of essentialism, designed to carry only what you need, every day. Structured by its incredibly comfortable back panel (with supple shoulder straps), it expresses thoughtful design details, like a quick-access organization pocket, and a laptop pocket that sits an inch above the base to protect from impact when you set the bag down.
Made with recycled materials that hold up to the highest expectations, our backpack delivers serious abrasion resistance in harsh conditions. Ideal as your daily commuter pack, it pulls double duty for quick getaways.
Why we like it
• Impact-resistant laptop pocket
• Quick-access organization pocket for cables, keys, sunglasses, etc.
• Made with recycled materials and re-claimed CORDURA®
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Free standard shipping on all orders and free returns
We make every effort to reduce this product’s impact on the earth.
We reduce our environmental footprint by choosing our packaging wisely. That means no hangtags or swift tacks and no conventional plastic. When we do use packaging, we choose 100% compostable alternatives made from the bio-based polymer PBAT and the plant-based polymer PLA.
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