ele:REVIEW – Timbuk2 Hemp Messenger Bag

Via on Jun 6, 2008

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You don’t want to sacrifice style or the environment when it comes to something you “wear” every day. Almost green enough to plant, Timbuk2’s new Grown collection proves hemp can be hip. Their classic urban messenger bag is now P.V.C.-free, made in the US of A and constructed with hemp, recycled pop bottle [P.E.T.] polyester, burly buckles made from corn and a rugged waterproof bottom that no puddle can penetrate. The separate rear zipper leads to a padded, corduroy-lined laptop pocket for mindful lifers on the go.

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One Response to “ele:REVIEW – Timbuk2 Hemp Messenger Bag”

  1. Wow! It’s cool! This is what I wait for.. the X! 😀 hehehehe!

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