Greater Goods has previously worked with The North Face fabrics for a variety of tote bags, and has used army surplus pieces to create a range of bottle bags. This time around, the eco-conscious label puts the focus on GORE-TEX and canvas that was once a worn, damaged or unwanted piece of outerwear, and turns these materials into a selection of side bags.
All of the materials used have been previously used, meaning that the new bags come with a unique patina and textural finishes depending on what they are made out of. This method makes every bag unique in every aspect including shape, size, color and detail.
The original detailing and elements of the former product have also been implemented into the design of each bag, making them not just more unique but also functional. All of the bags up for grabs put functionality at the forefront, as they all come with multiple pockets, an adjustable poly cord sling or a cotton webbing strap.
Take a look at Greater Goods’ upcoming side bag collection in the galleries above, and shop the limited selection on Greater Goods’ website when they drop on March 5 at 12 PM GMT (7 AM EST). The bags are priced at £149 GBP each (approx. $190 USD).
For more GORE-TEX offerings, check out this week’s Palace drop.