The world's first RollTop made from Ocean Impact Plastic
Flexible & robust - the all-rounder for adventure seekers & freedom lovers protects against wind and weather and can be easily extended thanks to the flexible roll-top closure and side flaps. A separate, removable laptop sleeve holds a 15" laptop.
For every RollTop, Got Bag collects 3.5 kg of Ocean Impact Plastic.
Straps and buckles are made from recycled PET, while the PFC-free coating provides even better protection in wind and weather.
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 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: 670441
Material specifications according to manufacturer, subject to change.
- Weight: 1000 g
- Material Features: Water-repellent
- Print: Logo print
- Eco: Recycled materials
- Length: 43 cm
- Width: 33 cm
- Height: 16 cm
- Volume (l): 30 liter
- Laptop compartment
- External pockets
- Top-loader design
- Padded construction
- Padded shoulder straps
- Carry handle(s)
- Chest strap
- 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
- 23 - 30 litres flexible filling capacity
- 43 cm (extendable to 66 cm) x 33 cm x 16 cm
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.