The RUCKSACK
The RUCKSACK
The RUCKSACK
The RUCKSACK
The RUCKSACK
The RUCKSACK
The RUCKSACK
The RUCKSACK
The RUCKSACK
The RUCKSACK
The RUCKSACK
The RUCKSACK
The RUCKSACK

The RUCKSACK

€189.00

incl. Tax, plus shipping costs

100% Sustainable Water-Resistant Cotton Backpack

  • The Backpack contains no synthetic fibres and is made of robust, water-resistant cotton that is woven using a special technique to make it weatherproof.

  • The fabrics innovative PFC-free surface is water repellent without polluting the environment with potentially harmful perfluorocarbons.

  • An additional pocket in the front has elastic straps which can be used to organize and safely store your stuff.

  • The weather-resistant roll-top closure allows for easy adjustment between a pack volume of 15 and 20 liters.

  • Total height: 69cm 

  • Roll top closed-height: 59cm 

  • Width: 35cm

  • The main compartment contains a separate pouch for laptops of up to 13 " in size.

  • The Backpack features a 1cm thick wool felt removable back padding that can be used as a insulating seat cushion in nature or anywhere you choose to park your butt.

  • Attach even more equipment on the outside of the backpack with three additional paracord loops. 

  • An additional pocket at the base of the backpack allows easy access to items buried deep in the pack.

  • YKK waterproof two way zipper

    The perfect companion on trekking adventures in the wilderness or in the urban jungle- on bike, skateboard, snowboard or on foot. A unique PFC-free finish provides outstanding water repellency. Uniquely spun fibres swell to stop ingress of water. Its water-resistant design and innovative Oxford cotton fabric make The RUCKSACK a valuable companion for more demanding environments like the alps in winter too. Developed in Germany and made in Europe in a family owned factory. 

     


    About our signature waterproof cotton fabric:  
    It's made from extra thin and long staple cotton fibres using a very tight and traditional weaving technique. When dry, the fabric opens its pores to breathe. When wet, the overtightened cotton fibres swell, thereby sealing the weave and making it waterproof.