Where have roll-top backpacks been all our lives? Do not remember seeing them growing up in the suburban wilds of of Eastpack
. Portland’s Archival Clothing
delivers this one. Like every good roll top bag, the height and amount of what you can stuff into it is variable, thanks to the lovely, rolling top. The leather strap and buckle add touches of class to a clean and sporing bag.
“Like all of our baggage, it’s made in Oregon by a family-owned sewing contractor’s shop, the same folks we’ve worked with from the start,” Co-Owner and Lead Designer Tom Bonamici tells Well-Spent. “It’s made from highly water resistant canvas duck, mil-spec cotton webbing, and Horween leather.”
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