Rickshaw's New 'Zero Waste' Messenger Bag

A new messenger bag has recently been introduced by Rickshaw, the San Francisco based company. It's called the Zero, named after the amount of waste generated during the production of each bag. And this is one fine-looking bag—it's distinct, stylish, sophisticated, and most importantly, sustainable.

The Zero is "specially designed to optimize cutting and eliminate material waste," and additionally, the bag is made locally in San Francisco with domestically sourced fabrics. It's also made from 100 percent nylon, so when the day comes, it's entirely recyclable.

Of course, you can probably find greener messenger bags out there. But you'd be hard pressed to find one quite as sharp as this.

The bags come in small, medium, and large sizes, and are priced at 40$, 50$, and 60$ (guess which sizes carries which price tag). For more information on the Zero bag, and to check out the company's other lines, check out Rickshaw's website.

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Tags: Accessories | Clothing | Sustainable Fabrics

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