Take A Peek At Patagonia’s Newly-Launched Bag Collection, Produced From Over A Million Recycled Plastic Bottles

A ‘greener’ future? Sounds like it for Patagonia!

Chidozie Obasi
Editor

Patagonia carries on rolling its ball onto the sustainable facet of the planet change, ensuring a highly-desirable persistence of ethically-sourced methods of production. The Californian-based outdoor brand has officially launched a new range of Black Hole Bags, a selection of twenty-five bags made from 10 million recycled plastic bottles.

The holistic number of plastic bottles were up-cycled and used on every aspect of the bag’s outer and inner aesthetics. The Black Hole Bag encompasses side bags, duffles, totes, backpacks, and more, all of which are entirely recycled, highly durable, and water-resistant.

Patagonia’s core aim is to move towards a business model that runs solely on recycled supplies. “Less than 1% of material used to make clothing gets turned into new clothing every year. To truly make an impact, we need industry-wide change,” it remarks.

Head below and take a closer look at the selection. Available to shop at the Patagonia’s e-store.

Image Credits/Patagonia

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