Patagonia Debuts “Arbor” Pack Capsule Made of Recycled Materials

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With Patagonia as one of the “upcycled” labels turning waste into waves, the Ventura-based imprint unveils its latest summer offerings with its new Arbor Pack collection.

Consisting of four packs, the Arbor Market Pack 15L, Arbor Day Pack 20L, Arbor Classic Pack 25L, and the Arbor Grande Pack 28L, the overall line is an original heritage design but its now composed of 100% recycled materials, which reuses eight and a half plastic bottles per bag, and a solution dyeing process that saves a half gallon of water per bag, and produces 96% less carbon dioxide than a conventional dyeing method.

Additionally, each pack is commuter-friendly, incorporating a padded laptop sleeve, multiple compartments and ample storage for your daily essentials when traveling. Prices range from $79 USD to $129 USD.

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