The Osuza Canvas is a backpack made for folks who like to make things. The premium black canvas backpack is intended for painters, photographers, architects, designers — basically anyone who needs to safely and securely carry random tools and gear with them on a regular basis. Inside mesh pockets and multipurpose molle loops keep your things where you want them. The backpack is expandable up to 40 liters, has weatherproof closures, and can be customized with patches and pouches to express your personality or promote your brand. $349.00 (Free shipping in the U.S.) All images courtesy of OSUZA.
In honor of those heading to beachy destinations for the Fourth of July weekend, I thought I’d share this shabby chic, unbleached cotton canvas bag that is handmade in Buenos Aires by Carga. The bag is simple but well-crafted, with folds on both fronts to give it structure and shape. The handles are vegetable tanned buffalo (for those that don’t mind leather), while the industrial-grade, “Cabeza de Toro” (Bull Head) canvas is so tough that it was once used as a material for conveyer belts. Like summer itself, this bag is fleeting – Carga only plans to make 200 of them. If you want to grab one, you can order online. $95.00 in the U.S, and $105 for international purchases.