Rickshaw Bagworks' Zero Messenger Bag Takes Tweed for a Spin

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San-Francisco based Rickshaw Bagworks, known for their Zero Messenger bag, has a new look for their line of travel accessories, a bright new Herringbone pattern called Rickshaw Performance Tweed. Made from 100-percent recycled polyester and finished with an "eco-friendly" and stain-resistant coating, the fabric is durable, upholstery-grade and woven in the USA, according to the website. More:

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The Zero, pictured above, is available in sizes small, medium, and large. To accommodate your style preference, from the conservative and safe (Early Grey, Stout, Secret Garden) to the bold and adventurous (Piccadilly, Yellow Submarine), the messenger comes in a range of color schemes. Better yet, the tweed fabric can be applied to any of Rickshaw's products, including their computer bags, messenger bags, and iPad sleeves. Prices start at $30, which gets you a snazzy iPad sleeve. Find them online at Rickshaw Bagworks or in-store in San Francisco, California at their Dogpatch factory store.

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