With their new ATD2 around the corner, contributor Jon Custis spoke to Michele Fasano, founder of Attitude Supply.
Hear what JC Canfield has to say about the past, present, and future of High Above.
Jon Custis talks to Jayberry, owner of Tuff Possum Gear, about making pouches and building his business.
I spoke to Yost, Orbit’s Co-Founder and Creative director, alongside my review of their R221 bag.
For our last publication of 2019, I wanted to get at the story of our good friends at Flowfold. They’ve supported TPP from the very beginning, even partnering with us for our very first limited collaboration. James Morin, Flowfold’s COO, sat down with us to chat about textiles, manufacturing business models, and of course, puppies.
I’ve had my eye on the work coming out of dyborg.gear ever since I stumbled across some of their simple, yet attractive Dyneema zip pouches on Instagram. Every piece that comes out of dyborg.gear, from the zip pouches to the tri-zip backpacks are designed, cut, and sewn by Eva, out of Hamburg, Germany. After learning
Although Jeff Graves might not be the pack-junkie household name the likes of Dana Gleason or Jack Barley, if you happen to stumble upon the Provision Handmade Gear Instagram you’ll be treated to a plethora of duffles, pouches, and even the occasional backpack that’s made to order in his vegas-based home workshop. When I first
My first correspondence with Chris Elfering, founder of Bond Travel Gear, was an email titled “Order Cancellation”. Bond gave The Perfect Pack members a smoking deal on in stock items and I made an impulse purchase that the next day I thought I would regret. By that time, my Attache 13 had already shipped and
One of the most versatile releases of the last 12 months, the ATD1 from Attitude Supply has grabbed a lot of attention – partly for its extreme expansion/compression capability, but also for being designed and manufactured in Italy, with some killer materials. When I reviewed it during the preproduction phase, I found a bag with
After reviewing Remote Equipment’s first release last year, the Alpha 31 has remained a firm favourite within my collection. The pack was funded successfully on Kickstarter and the full production run has gone on to sell out through Remote Equipment’s website, leading to a surge of ‘in search of’ requests through the collectors’ forums (including