Take to the outdoors in style with this tote made from Woolrich Wool remnants and paired with a durable canvas bottom. It also features a functional nylon packcloth liner with two inside pockets.
10 oz. canvas bottom; made from Woolrich Wool remnants; functional 400d nylon packcloth liner; two inside pockets; 22" handles.
Dimensions 11.5" W X 13.5" H X 4" D
Meet the Maker
Equinox Ltd. Design and Manufacturing is committed to designing and manufacturing sewn goods that work great, and are a pleasure to use, in an atmosphere that promotes dignity for all staff, with respect to the environment.
Equinox resides in an old pajama factory in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, home of the Little League World Series and one-time lumber capital; nestled on the banks of the Susquehanna River, at the foot of the Allegheny Plateau. In this huge reborn building with large windows and thick maple floors, they have been designing and building high quality outdoor gear and custom products for more than 20 years.
The combination of time-honored techniques and innovative technology provides products that stand the test of time. This approach gives you the best of both worlds, handcrafted quality with precision and attention to detail, made in the USA.
Recently Equinox has added to their selection of reusable bags for the growing numbers of people who are concerned about the planet. They support this critical movement and are pleased to offer a wide range of reusable bags and a growing collection of organic cotton goods. Some of the most toxic pesticides are routinely used for growing and processing cotton. Equinox strives to manufacture more canvas products from certified organic cotton.
All of their minimal packaging is produced locally using 100% recycled papers and 100% soy-based inks.
Equinox strives to maintain a human-friendly, earth-friendly environment, manufacturing domestically, with a lower carbon footprint.
Equinox is located in the I-80 Frontier; learn more about this inspiring landscape now.
See photographs of Equinox workers creating at the old pajama factory here.