Used truck tarpaulin backpack
Product number: FREBA-KOWAU-32MIN-U
Composition: Used truck tarps (polyester fabric with PVC coating)
Product information "Backpack F253 Kowalski Blue in used truck tarpaulin | Freitag"
FREITAG KOWALSKI is the backpack for the individualist minimalist tarpist. Simple and sophisticated at the same time. This backpack is the perfect accessory for an urban style, yet sustainable. Made from used tough truck tarpaulins and used car seat belts, each piece is unique, timeless and resistant. Dimensions: 335 × 110 × 380 mm (l × w × h); 13.2 × 4.4 × 15 inch (l x w x h); weight: 735g; volume: 11.0 l Care Instructions: Yet nothing is entirely safe from the signs of time. To ensure a long lasting life of your bag, there is a recovery team offering a repair service for injured unique pieces. The team can patch up almost anything and will do everyhting in their power to extend your unique product's life. To enjoy this service, just come to our shop or send the bag directly to Freitag and a team of experts will find the best solution for you.
|Sustainability Values:||Fair and transparent production, Sustainable production methods, To make sure your Freitag lasts as long as possible, the Swiss brand offers a repair service, Use of recycled materials|
|Main material:||Teloni di camion riciclati (poliestere con rivestimento in PVC)|
The perfect accessories for an urban style, yet sustainable. The Swiss brand produces since 1993 backpacks and bags from used tough truck tarpaulins and used car seat belts, by creating unique, timeless and resistant pieces.Manufacturer website
The products purchased on this website are shipped through a carrier to the address provided by the customer. At the time of shipment, you will receive an email from our logistics and shipping partner. Delivery takes 2-5 working days for Italy & Europe, 7-14 working days for extra EU.
Fair and transparent production
Sustainable production methods
To make sure your Freitag lasts as long as possible, the Swiss brand offers a repair service
Use of recycled materials