First it was the return of the sling/messenger, then it was the do-everything day pack , and now it seems that every company has decided to make a one-bag travel backpack. If you know me at all, you know I’m a massive fan of Jack and Keven over at EVERGOODS and wanted to see if
If you’ve spent any time at all in the bag-sphere you’ve definitely heard of Jack Barley, Keven Dee, and EVERGOODS. Based out of Bozeman, Montana, the young brand had their first 2017 product launched on Kickstarter and raised $161,000 to bring out their first two packs, the Civic Panel Loader 24L (CPL24) and the Mountain
Brand Introduction The last few months have been a time of great Kickstarter hype. Boundary Prima System, Remote Equipment ALPHA 31, and Evergoods have been promising high-quality, backer-funded bags and as their campaigns have closed and backers have (not so) patiently played the waiting game, we’re finally getting to see some of these guys deliver.
EVERGOODS is the brainchild of Jack Barley and Kevin Dee, formerly of GORUCK and Patagonia respectively. After months of R&D and teasing on social media, they kicked off their brand’s first packs on Kickstarter in July 2017. There were a few hiccups in the manufacturing process which caused EVERGOODS to look to Vietnam to build their