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Light, waterproof backpack made from salvaged leftover shell fabrics. Minimalist design suitable for everyday use and spontaneous adventures.
Bag It is a lightweight backpack made in Bedrock Stretch 3-layer Hardshell, a technical shell layer fabrics used in ski- and mountaineering jackets. The construction is robust and stripped down to the very essentials. The result is a durable and versatile product with very low weight. The fabric is a leftover from our shell layer production and Bag It is a part of our project to turn what some might consider waste into valuable resources. The fabric is 70% recycled and fully recyclable.
Bag It is not a backpack for long hikes or demanding adventures. The super light fabric and minimalist construction makes it the perfect weatherproof everyday companion. It has an integrated laptop sleeve and a big reflective print. It’s an ideal product for bicycle commutes and hauling around your training clothes. It packs down really small so you can easily bring in your duffel for spontaneous adventures when you’re out travelling.
If you are looking for a multifunctional everyday backpack, this is your match. When you eventually wear it out, please down throw it away. The fabric is recyclable and can be turned into new products. Leave it in a Houdini recycling unit that can be found in our own stores and at selected retailers.
High density woven fabric with a smooth, abrasion resistant face and an ultra light friction free inside. Waterproof, breathable, ripsconstruction with good abrasion resistance.
Our shells with a membrane are made in 2, 2.5 or 3 layers. The construction of the garment differs depending on how many layers it has. Let us break it down for you: A 2 layer shell always has a separate lining on the inside to protect the membrane. A 2.5 layer shell is a lighter shell that has an outer fabric, which is laminated with a membrane. Then, a protective print is added over the membrane, forming the last layer closest to the skin. 3 layer shells have an outer fabric laminated with a membrane and a thin knitted or woven lining on the inside. This makes the 3 layer shell more durable than a 2.5 layer shell, but it is also a bit heavier.
At least 50% of the fibers in this garment come from recycled sources, either recycled clothes or other sources like PET bottles. We mainly use recycled polyester, which has many benefits. It reduces both CO2 emissions and water use compared to virgin polyester. How much depends on the type of recycling. One of our suppliers show 32% less CO2 emissions and 94% less water use for mechanically recycled polyester. In addition to the impact in production, the major shift is using "waste" as raw material instead of crude oil.
The fabric in this garment is fully recyclable. Instead of becoming waste, the raw material can be used for new products. Our goal is that by 2030, we will take no raw material to our products from the earth's crust. Circular products, made from reycled and recyclable materials are a real game changer, but we need your help for the system to work. When your Houdini garments are completely worn out, please return them to us. We have recycle units in all of our own stores and at many retailers.
We offer free shipping for orders above 100 EUR/ 100 USD/ 140 CAD/ 900 NOK. For orders below we will add a shipping cost of 4.5 EUR/ 10 USD/ 15 CAD/ 45 NOK. Orders within Sweden are always for free.
Taxes & duties: Orders within EU, to Norway and Canada are not subject to customs. Orders to the United States are shipped on a DAP (Delivery-At-Place) basis which means that your shipment might, but not necessarily, be subject to import taxes and duties. Reach out to U.S. Customs if you want more information.
Our delivery times are 2-5 days within Europe and to U.S. and Canada. All orders are processed at our distribution center in Stockholm, Sweden.
We want you to be happy with your purchase and that your Houdini products will be with you for a long time ahead, therefore we have a 365 days return policy. Read our Customer Service section for return details.