Feed Bag Free Trade Backpack

Defend Your Turf

A great daypack, computer bag, or pack for a quick overnight getaway. Store your personal belongings in the fully-lined main compartment that features an interior zip pocket and slip pockets. Additional storage is provided in the smaller front zip compartment and side mesh pouches. The adjustable shoulder straps are padded for comfortable hauling. Production methods save energy and reduce the amount of pollutants in the environment by using natural and recycled fabrics.

Features + Components

  • Lightweight and durable, perfect for travel
  • Dimensions: 13" L x 5" D x 18" T
  • Materials: woven plastic, nylon lining
  • Handmade in Cambodia
  • Each bag is one-of-kind: color will be the same as shown, designs will vary slightly

Progress in Light of a Fall

The story behind this product began in the rural farmlands of Cambodia where a woman decided to take action in her community. She noticed that pesticides and solid waste used for the growing & shipping of cement, fish feed and other products was piling up and not being disposed of properly. The woman, Nyla, began purchasing the discarded materials and then employed local families to wash, dry and sew the materials into durable, water-resistant and colorful tote bags. She became inspired to create a company that employs artisans in Cambodia who have been displaced from their farmlands or affected by landmines or polio.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Looks Great!

I've had the backpack for over 2 months and I love it! It fits all of my notebooks and my laptop for school as well as my lunch (it's a tight fit). There are a lot of pockets to separate your things with. The images/words are starting to rub off where my back goes but that is to be expected because of the material. A hole started to rip into the bag from pulling on the strap too much since my backpack is always heavy but it was easily fixable. Seems durable besides that point.

Thank you for your detailed feedback Rosie! - We will definitely be taking your experience into account as we continue to refine the design. We sincerely appreciate your support!

Emails Suck. Ours Don't.