Timbuk2 Launches “Full Cycle” Bags Made From Recycled Plastic Bottles

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WHAT GOES AROUND

Available in blue or gunmetal gray, Full Cycle includes a bag for every need. The recycled version of Timbuk2’s classic bicycle messenger offers the same features as its virgin counterparts, including a “Napoleon” side entry for easy access to gear, an internal pocket for paperwork or a laptop, a loop for blinky lights, and a cross-strap for stability during cross-town excursions.

Like all of Timbuk2’s products, Full Cycle items come with a lifetime guarantee.

For heavier lifting, there’s the “Amnesia” backpack, which includes a sizable laptop compartment, as well as recycled-foam padding in the shoulder straps to stave off muscle fatigue. The “Scrunchie” tote doubles as a yoga-mat carrier, while the iPad and Kindle sleeves provide just enough coddling to protect your devices from bumps, scratches, and minor falls.

Another plus? Like all of Timbuk2’s products, Full Cycle items come with a lifetime guarantee. All good things must come to an end, however. When it’s time to break up with your bag, simply send it back to Timbuk2 for recycling. Bonus: You’ll get 20 percent off your next purchase.

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