rePACK by David Miller Hershon Sells an Upcycled Product Made from Old Cars

By: David Miller-Hershon - Published: Nov 10, 2012 • References: facebook & kickstarter
rePACK is a company that sells a unique upcycled product that's sure to take the market by storm. rePACK is David Miller Hershon's backpack company that is redefining the way we look at backpacks and design. The company is founded upon three principles: using locally sourced, recycled materials, hand making products to the highest of standards, and guaranteeing that the products will last a lifetime. Once an architect student, David took his knowledge of construction, a passion for bags, and the principles of recycling to create a backpack company like no other. His bags begin actually begin as cars which undergo an extensive process to become wearable and functional backpacks.

The end result is a functional, wearable piece of art. David's process of handpicking every bag's color combination ensures that each bag is completely unique, while the design of the structure of the bags ensures you can do just about anything with them.

In this day of overseas manufacturing and mass production, it's a breath of fresh air to find that companies like rePACK are still popping up. Stats for Car-Recycled Backpacks Trending: Older & Average
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