Looptworks Hip Pack

Looptworks was born out of Oregon-born surfer Scott Hamlin’s vision of bringing zero-waste products to life and to help put an end to textile waste.

Since 2009, he’s worked to recover some of the 17 million pounds of excess textiles from the landfill, and has worked with notable companies Southwest Airlines, Google, Adidas, Patagonia, and now cycling brand Pearl Izumi.

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Pearl Izumi’s new collection of five cycling-specific bags by Looptworks were created from fabric scraps, but you’d never know it!

The patterned black top and teal bottom (with neon green accent) tastefully combine to create something brand new and very functional. No need to reinvent the wheel when you can use material already on hand in the factory.

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Pearl Izumi partnered with Looptworks to create this unique collection to save energy, conserve water and to reduce carbon emissions. Looptworks empowers and educates businesses to create less waste through circularity partnerships. Most are limited-edition runs (Only 350 of each piece were produced for the Pearl Izumi collab).

This sweet, comfortable-to-wear Upcycled Hip Pack fits essentials such as a flat kit, small water bottle, reusable shopping bag, smartphone, wind jacket and snacks (total volume 1.7L).

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The pack’s adjustable waist belt expands to fit with extra layers on and can also be worn sling-style. This smartly-designed product features two exterior zip closures, interior divided pockets, quick-release buckle and carry handle. Dimensions: 26 cm x 16.5 cm x 3.8 cm (10.5” x 6.5” x 1.5”).

Looptworks Seat Bag

In addition to the Hip Pack is a Seat Bag, Handlebar Bag, Duffel and Ride Wallet, all upcycled of course. The Hip Pack retails for USD $45 and includes a Loopt4Life guarantee that their products can be “trusted to last a lifetime”.

Visit Looptworks online for the entire Looptworks assortment, including bags, hoodies, socks and hats, as well as previous collabs.

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