What is the story behind the Bould Pack?
They invested months trying to find a sturdy, natural material. It has to be a lot more than simply just repel water. How about it last for a lifetime of traveling? Sounds incredible, right? Well, their journey brought them to Hemp Canvas.
It’s a plant-based textile with 4x the tear resistance of cotton! They use natural materials only. That way they help reduce our dependence on synthetics. As we all know it takes centuries to break down that material.
So How firm is Hemp?
This material is strong enough for the slash of a sharp knife to leave virtually no impact!
Additionally, their desired this material to resist moisture as well. Scenarios like getting captured in a downpour or spilling a drink are no longer a big deal.
So they implemented water-resistance properties right into the fabric of the bag. By merging a water-based PU layer underneath the hemp fabric they made it successfully. Whatever your adventures throw at you, you can handle it with Bould Pack. Keep your belongings risk-free and dry!
Early Bould Pack models lacked the space, so it pushed them to add an expandable area.
It provides you with the versatility of a slim and sleek bag. Whether it’s your light-duty everyday lug, but also with the option to broaden. Because sometimes you simply require extra space!
Unzip the rear area of the bag to open up 22% of bag storage. That’s approximately enough to fit a full-size cam or a medium-sized water bottle.
They developed the Bould Pack to be at your use in any traveling circumstance.
You can wear it as a crossbody pack, hip pack, or as a sling across your back. The subtle layout enhances all types of clothing. But always with comfortable and functional advantage.
Great for all activities from traveling, pet walking, hiking, photography… Whatever you prefer, and much more!
They also make a point that Bould Pack works great as a weekend bag.
What does that mean? It means that 5 different-sized pockets make it simple to pack and all the fundamentals for your next journey. A hidden pocket in the back is there so you could keep essential valuables like a ticket or wallet.
The bag’s interior is made from lighter-grade hemp fabric. Delivering all-natural anti-bacterial qualities. So, if you accidentally leave your lunch inside for a couple of days, you won’t expect a disaster when you open it!
Unlike the majority of the canvas’, they use the material that completely stops dust and also mud from passing through. That way lets you easily clean the pack when you require to.
It’s important to them that the Bould Pack holds up for a long time.
This ensures your bag can constantly be restored. First of all, they picked Hemp for its longevity. Secondly, as a result of the effective regenerative qualities, it gives much more to our world’s soil system. After harvest, this highly effective plant resource leaves the land and soil in far better condition than before. They think ahead, for a better tomorrow for all of us!
Eventually, they see Hemp’s prospective to replace petroleum-based gear.
It’s a cleaner choice that offers positive impacts. A shift to hemp-based traveling gear would certainly remove tons of plastic from our waste stream. Exchange them with items that can biodegrade at the end of their lifecycle.
That way we do a great profit for ourselves, but also for our Planet. Back in history, thousands of years ago, hemp was a product of great value. Also, one of the very first textiles that our ancestors were using. It had a wide range of usages. From clothing, cruises for ships, and all even for using it as the original canvas for the declaration of independence.
A very interesting fact is that the origins of the words “canvas” are rooted in the words “cannabis”!
The Bould Pack is made in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
In association with their manufacturing partners, they developed the initial prototype. They are building a conscious culture. Being a tourist, traveler, or wanderer it’s on you to choose. Take tiny action every day to build a brighter future. Let’s develop a future that works with nature instead of against it. Take a look at what our ancestors did, and let them be our inspiration. We can’t thrive if nature doesn’t thrive either!