The scaled-down version of the iconic RollTop made from Ocean Impact Plastic
Clear & straightforward - designed for minimalists. The pared-down edition of the iconic RollTop offers maximum flexibility and comfort with expandable roll-top closure, padded back and narrow shoulder straps. A separate, removable laptop sleeve holds a 15" laptop. For every RollTop Lite, Got Bag collects 3.2 kg of Ocean Impact Plastic. This version offers a classic look with tonal colouring.
Straps and buckles are made from recycled PET, and the eco-friendly, PFC-free coating keeps your stuff dry. Flexible, robust and water-repellent, it accompanies you through your everyday adventures and helps to rid our oceans of plastic waste.
How the RollTop is created and how your new backpack is made from rubbish
- Ocean Impact Plastic is collected as a bycatch by fishermen in Indonesia.
- After cleaning, the PET content is shredded into pellets. The remaining plastic is disposed via the corresponding value chain.
- The Ocean Impact Plastic is used to produce a high-quality yarn.
- The yarn is used to create the fabric that is used to make your Got Bag.
Contains sustainable materials, such as organic or recycled materials
- Article number: 715528
Material specifications according to manufacturer, subject to change.
- Weight: 1020 g
- Material Features: Waterproof
- Eco: Recycled materials
- Length: 42 cm
- Width: 32 cm
- Height: 15 cm
- Volume (l): 26 liter
- Chest strap
- Padded construction
- Laptop compartment
- External pockets
- Top-loader design
- Ocean Impact Plastic fabric
- Straps and buckles made from recycled PET
- Water-repellent, PFC-free coating
- Removable 15" laptop sleeve measuring 41 cm x 33 cm
- Filling volume: up to 26 litres
- Dimensions: 42 cm (extendable to 63 cm) x 31 cm x 15 cm
- If you roll up the opening tightly and close it, your RollTop is waterproof
About Got Bag
Got Bag makes bags with a high content of recycled ocean plastic and thus contributes to protecting our environment. The brand collects ocean plastic from Indonesia which is then used to create robust upper material for backpacks. With strong partners like Sea Shepard, Coral Gardeners and the Pacific Marine Mammal Center they do everything they can to keep the oceans free from plastic.