No Rolltop Backpack - Made of Recycled Ocean Plastic
Keep your essentials safe and easily accessible with this bag made from Recycled Ocean Plastic!
Clean & light – for everyone bustling looking for a dynamic everyday companion. Makes organizing easy, so you are prepared for a hike as well as for college and offers easy access to your essentials with the hidden back pocket.
6.4 pounds of ocean plastic is recovered for every No Rolltop Backpack.
- Can easily be accessed on the road – with a zipper opening the main compartment.
- An innovative PFC- & PVC-free coating protects your belongings, making your bag waterproof.
- Fits every 15" laptop
- Volume: 14L
- Dimensions: 18" x 15"/ 11" x 5" (H x W x D)
- Weight: 1.54 pounds
The No Rolltop Backpack is shipped directly from GOT BAG. Only available to US Customers.
60% Recycled Ocean Plastic Fabric, 18% Other Recycled Material, 22% Non-Recycled Materials (Zipper, Foam, Buckles).
Use warm water & a gentle cloth to wipe down your bag. Do not machine wash, dry, iron, dry clean or bleach.
About the Brand
In 2016, we started collecting plastic from the ocean, recycling it and processing it into backpacks. Since then, we've been able to steadily increase the capacity of our clean-up program and thus the amount of plastic we collect each month. Even beyond this, we are continuously increasing our impact: Based on scientific findings and on-site experience, we know that it is as important to prevent improperly disposed plastic waste to keep it from entering the ocean in the first place.
The material we collect is called Ocean Impact Plastic – a symbol that from now on it will no longer pose a threat to the ocean and we are creating an impact together with the GOT BAG community. It is composed of plastic that we actively collect from the ocean and the immediate vicinity of our collection points – from mangrove areas, rivers or even immediately after use. This measure prevents plastics from ending up in the ocean due to a lack of waste management infrastructure.
All GOT BAG partners are required to undergo regular external audits, confirming through quality and environment-related certifications that resources are used responsibly and that all production steps have the lowest possible negative impact on people and the environment.