Sword & Plough Recycle Military Fabric with Aid from Army Veterans

By: Ian Andrew Panganiban - Published: • References: swordandplough
People often have difficulty relating experiences with people -- let alone army veterans. The Sword & Plough is a bag company that works together with veterans to recycle old military fabrics into stylish bags and garments to help people attain a form of understanding about the military.

The products are made through the hiring of veterans, which is a great way of giving back to these retired army personnel. The bags are created from several thousand pounds of military surplus fabrics that would've ended up in the dumpster -- you're not only helping out veterans, but also the environment! Then eco-leather is used to add further details to the bags. The non-profit group Green Vets Los Angeles makes the materials with all manufacturing payments going to the veteran's salaries and future veteran workers.