Parker Clay’s Ethiopian Leather Atlas Backpack Will Last A Lifetime

Feb 17, 2020

Category: Gear

Presented By

Making a journey of even the smallest distances can be tough, and those that have traveled the long haul know, having gear that can withstand the expedition is crucial to arriving with a smile. Taking inspiration from the 9,000-mile odyssey many have taken from Ethiopia to the US, Parker Clay introduces their Atlas Backpack as a fundamental piece to add to any intrepid traveler’s luggage cache.

Constructed in Ethiopia from local full-grain leather, The Atlas consists of a single cotton-lined main storage compartment clad in 5 interior storage pockets, an external 15” padded laptop sleeve, and a quick access exterior front zippered compartment, all intended to provide intelligent organization and excellent functionality. The clean lines of the bag are designed in California and a team of 140 artisans crafts the bags by hand in Ethiopia, which contributes to the certified B-corp’s mission of empowering locals and boosting their domestic economy. Grab this bag in either Black or Rust Brown, and be sure to enter HICONSUMPTION20 during checkout to receive a special 20% discount on your order.

Purchase: $338

More From Gear

Tekto's Quintuple-Layered Mask Blocks 95% Of Particles

Packing replaceable multi-layered active carbon and electro-charged filters.

Posted By Tim Huber

Partner
Featured Image

Kamp-Rite’s Double Cot Tent Keeps Campers Above The Cold Rocky Ground

An all-in-one two-person tent and aluminum-framed platform.

Posted By

Jul 15, 2020

Featured Image

Tekto Blends PPE And EDC With Its Five-Layer Electro-Charged Takta Mask

A replaceable filter mask blocking out particles as small as 0.3 microns.

Posted By

Jul 15, 2020

Featured Image

LEGO & Nintendo Partner On A Nostalgic Retro 2,646-Piece NES Kit

Focusing on the groundbreaking Super Mario Bros. franchise.

Posted By

Jul 14, 2020

Featured Image

The 20 Best Desktop Essentials

The perfect complement of work-focused gear for your home or office.

Posted By

Jul 14, 2020

Featured Image

Opinel Marks 130 Years Of Knifemaking With 500 No. 8 Anniversary Knives

With anodized black blades and pattern-adorned French hornbeam handles.

Posted By

Jul 14, 2020