This Cross Body Pack Is Made From Upcycled Park Ranger Uniforms

Aug 13, 2019

Category: Gear

Park rangers play a significant part in the preservation and protection of the beautiful US National Parks, which is why they deserve our thanks and praise. The Parks Project Ranger Fanny Pack is here to serve as a tribute to the men and women who help maintain the world’s natural wonders.

Upcycled Park Ranger pants, which are made from a wool and poly blend, are used to make these stylish, durable fanny packs. And recycled white nylon that’s donated from the Parer Studio art installation makes up the interior lining of each convenient carrier. Made in the USA, the pack can hold a 32 oz. water bottle and has a release buckle strap that’s 16” long. Salute the heroes of our US National Parks who devote their lives to protecting nature and educating us about the backcountry by grabbing one of these Park Ranger fanny packs for $45.

Purchase: $45

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