R-PD / 0001 WITH AMY + FOX


The first of the Re-Purpose Driven Series is now complete. A one-of-a-kind Kit Rucksack made with a re-appropriated US Army woodland basha from the Vietnam era. 

Hand crafted in Cornwall with function and durability as the uppermost focus, this utilitarian pack is built for a 'basha-ing'

Local surfer/maker Amy regularly works with us in the studio, closely followed by her pal Fox. So when she popped in to work on a project for her surf brand Brock and Roll, we took the R-PD/0001 for a spin in the fields behind the workshop...

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  • x1 front pocket
  • x2 side access zips
  • Outside access laptop sleeve
  • Adjustable roll top closure
  • Padded/ergonomic back panel
  • Padded/adjustable shoulder straps
  • Stand-alone base
  • Carry handle
  • Wax coating
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  • Packed down 45cm x 30cm x 15cm
  • Fully packed 70cm x 30cm x 15cm
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  • British surplus canvas + hardware
  • US Army surplus canvas
  • British made webbing
  • British made waxed cotton
  • Vegetable tanned leather
  • YKK zips
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This Kit Rucksack is a limited edition and there's no guarantee we'll be able to re-create it. Landing on the shop this Sunday it will be sold on first come, first serve basis

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