Patagonia turned 10 million recycled plastic bottles into the next generation of Black Hole bags — they’re still spacious, durable, and water-resistant

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Patagonia Patagonia’s line of its cult-favorite Black Hole bags made from a total of 10 million recycled plastic bottles (so far). They look and perform just like the previous generation. It’s part of Patagonia’s mission to move to 100% renewable and recycled materials. As of now, the company says 69% of this season’s line is made with recycled materials. Black Hole bags are known to be travel and gear workhorses: lightweight, spacious like a "black hole," durable, and water-resistant. In its latest move towards using 100% renewable and recycled materials to produce its clothing and gear, Patagonia has created a new line of its core Black Hole bags made from 10 million recycled plastic bottles . If you’re unfamiliar with the cult-favorite line of travel bags, Black Hole gear is recognized for its spacious, lightweight, tough-as-nails, water-resistant designs. In essence, they’re built to be durable travel workhorses that can take a routine beating. It’s well-loved by gearheads and travelers alike, and it’s one of Patagonia’s core offerings. It also doesn’t hurt that they’re all backed by the company’s standard Ironclad Guarantee. The new […]

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