Freitag introducing their newest line of 100% recycled PET Bags

Freitag introducing their newest line of 100% recycled PET Bags

AoiroStudioMar 14, 2019

You just gotta love when companies go out of their ways to create sustainable products made of 100% recycled material. Some time ago, we have a featured the brand Freitag on ABDZ. Now they are back with their latest line of bags, Tarp on PET (aka ToP) blends their storied truck tarps with recycled plastic bottles. How cool is that? Made to last, they are introducing bags going from your lightweight backpack to a roll-top shoulder bag. All made of soft, light, and flexible thanks to a textile made from PET bottles dyed with a water saving process.

FREITAG fell in love with truck tarps in 1993, and still feels pretty much the same as the very first day. But now, after more than 25 years, the Zurich bag manufacturers are looking beyond their beloved truck tarps; as rugged and unique as they are, there are certain criteria the tarps simply can’t meet. The ToP products are just as unique as every bag from FREITAG

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F610 CINNAMON

The new multipurpose drawstring bag: simple and expandable like a lightweight backpack, and robust and handy like the one-off FREITAG carrier bag.

F600 CARTER

The new top-loading backpack with the big flap for an easier commute.

F640 ROLLIN

The doubly recycled roll-top shoulder bag with additional volume opening up at the top.

F645 PHELPS

The cross-body bag with a concealed truck tarp accent, that can also be worn around the hips.

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About Freitag

A Zurich-based company known for its recycled truck tarps, is now expanding its bag line by launching four new and innovative ToP products (Tarp on PET). They will be made from individual, used truck tarps combined with a flexible, robust and lightweight textile of 100% recycled PET plastic bottles.


Source: Abduzeedo