Jon Custis talks to Jayberry, owner of Tuff Possum Gear, about making pouches and building his business.
Author: Jed Edwards
Jed tests the Charlie 25, leading up to their Kickstarter campaign.
Welcome to TPP Makers, a group for folks to share their work, discuss techniques, and sell directly to the community.
Jed shares his thoughts on what he calls the most important aspect of backpack design.
We take a look at the Strato Gears Viper 25L, from Singapore.
We look at the first release from the new England based maker, Salkan.
I spoke to Yost, Orbit’s Co-Founder and Creative director, alongside my review of their R221 bag.
Orbit Gear are a brand based in Jakarta, Indonesia, making goods which draw from military and outdoors technical design but adapted for urban use. Their work fits closely with the ‘techwear’ style that has broken away from mainstream streetwear in recent years, blending into a distinctive, science-fiction-inspired look. As well as a staple line of
Starting as a one-man passion project in 2016, Earth Workshop is run by Michael from his studio in Gdansk, Poland. Previously known as Earth Warsaw, a move from the Polish capital in September 2019 prompted a name change, and a new push in production for the craftsman. The Everyday Bag 2.0 is Earth Workshop’s premiere
Granite Gear are something of a force in the American outdoor market. Not as ubiquitous as Osprey or as intensely followed as Mystery Ranch, but gently getting on with their own thing: making strong, lightweight packs for long distance hikes for over 30 years. Their Crown2 is a ‘thru-hike’ staple, for backpackers spending weeks or