Forbes: 10 Great Gifts For Travelers, 2015 Edition
Forbes features our upcycled leather bags in this gift guide round up!
"We love recycled products, especially when they’ve got a story as clever and a look as cool as these bags from Portland, Oregon-based Looptworks. They “upcycle” leather from old airline passenger seats into messenger bags, duffels, backpacks and more. Production started last year with Southwest Airlines seats ($160-250) and this year they’re introducing a line from Alaska Airlines ($140-230), in russet leather – and it kept some 4,000 Alaska seat covers out of landfills. "
Read the full article on Forbes.
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