Tumi has spent several years researching recycled materials to find a lightweight and durable material to create the same lightweight and durable backpacks. As a result, we settled on nylon. The share of secondary raw materials was 70%. Recycled nylon was used for the exterior and recycled plastic bottles for the interior and exterior.
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“We are constantly looking for new opportunities to improve the sustainability of our products by using more reliable and environmentally friendly materials. We are very pleased to present a new capsule collection of backpacks and bags to our customers and continue the path towards an environmentally friendly future,”said Victor Sanz, creative director of Tumi.
1 of 5 Womens Backpack Carson © Press Service Womens Backpack Hagen © Press Service Womens Basel Triangle Pouch © Press Service Men Backpack London Roll Top © Press Service Men Backpack Nellis © Press Service
The capsule is based on seven popular models from previous collections. The Voyageur line for women is represented by Carson and Hagen backpacks and the Basel Triangle Pouch, while the Alpha Bravo for men is represented by London Roll Top and Nellis backpacks and a Kelley Sling bag.>