As an seasoned farm worker, Sean Coronis has plenty of experience with "drip tape," a plastic ribbon used extensively in irrigation systems. After learning how to weave Adirondack-style backpacks using reed, he decided to do the same using repurposed drip tape. The results are gathered under the AgBag Project banner, and include this attractive, functional backpack.
With a canvas flap that doubles as a giant pocket, and an easy-access pocket on the front for cell phones and smaller things, the pack also features shoulder straps made from upcycled seat belt webbing. The rest of the bag, meanwhile, is crafted from the aforementioned agricultural tubing, a strong and weather-resistance material that's ready to carry anything. This is a great all-round backpack for day hikes, school (fits 17" laptop), or riding your bike around town.
Made in USA.