Patagonia has once again raised the bar on sustainable gear production. Their new Black Hole Duffel line body-material is made from 100% post-consumer recycled materials while maintaining their legendary durability. These bags have been our go-to luggage when flying with our fishing and camera gear, and once again we can feel confident that we are reducing our environmental impact by purchasing this gear.
This season’s Black Hole collection used 10 million plastic bottles to build the 100% recycled body fabric and webbing of Patagonia’s most well-loved travel bags. Every Black Hole bag is incredibly durable, water-resistant and backed by our Ironclad Guarantee. You can check out each and every one of the 25 new 100% recycled styles here. Extracting and processing virgin materials takes a toll on the land, water, and air. To do its part, Patagonia is moving toward 100% renewable and recycled raw materials.
To learn more about why Patagonia is letting go of virgin materials and moving towards more post-consumer recycling, see here.