Everyday Carry Freitag Collection

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If you’ve been looking for an eco-friendly as well as stylish solution for your everyday carry Freitag has the answer. The Switzerland-based brand has been making waves with its ingenious collections that combine green manufacturing techniques with recycled materials and plenty of modern style. After revolutionizing air travel luggage with the innovative Zippelin bag and launching the ultra-chic and ultra-limited Holey pouch and bag range, the company gets ready to transform the way one carries everyday essentials. Like all of the brand’s products, the everyday carry Freitag collection named The Little Truckin’ Goods features recycled truck tarpaulins, used in a creative way.

Chic and urban as well as versatile and convenient, the wallets, multipurpose travel pouches, journals, key rings, and cases blend the durability of the hard-wearing material with modern design. Every product from this range is one of a kind. Colors range from burgundy and red to dark navy and muted green, with monochrome gray or white and black options also included. The new collection includes nine designs and will make its debut online and in stores on November 23, 2017.

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