Tanner Goods' Konbu Collection features a technical fabric with a Japanese twist

The bags are 43% lighter than their canvas-constructed bags.
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Tanner Goods Konbu Collection

Tanner Goods is introducing a new technical fabric to its bag range with the launch of the Konbu Collection. Konbu fabric is made out of Cordura fibers, which has a special finish that is created using a proprietary technique developed by a mill in Osaka, Japan. The fabric is durable, lightweight, water-resistant and is coupled with black Engish bridle leather. One of the highlights of the collection is the Koru Rucksack, a new bag that features a strap system that is designed to conform to your body and plenty of space and organization for all your gear. 

$85-$400, tannergoods.com

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