The Bantry B backpack has 4 straps so you can carry it as a normal bag by hand or easily switch to carrying it on your back. It has a front pocket closed by a sturdy zip and protected from the elements by an over flap. Inside there is a secure inside zipped pocket and a laptop or tablet sleeve. The bag itself is securely closed by a tough, weatherproof zip so that you know its contents are both safe and dry!
All Roka Bags use recycled PET (or rPET) in their range of sustainable bags giving new life to a material that is not biodegradable and would otherwise end up in landfills or the ocean.
Built to last, Roka hardware is stylish and durable. From their chunky zips and padded materials to their vegan, leather-like straps, their goals are fashion, functionality, long life and, of course, quality.
Roka Bags are extremely lightweight and come with strong, durable cotton-webbing straps designed to create the Roka V-Factor moulding to your body over time for maximum comfort. This unique VFactor design and adjustable fit make Roka bags ideal for back carrying, ensuring weight is evenly distributed across your back.
All Roka Bags have additional weather-resistant, extra durable, padded canvas at the base of the bags to protect from ground damage, dirt and to provide extra support.
- Made From Recycled PET Bottles
- Durable, Sustainable, Long Life, Beautiful
- Tough Zip Closing for Security & Safety
- Weatherproof, Easy Clean, Comfortable.
- Spacious Storage, Zipped Compartments
- Front Pocket, Inner Pocket, Inner Sleeve
- Dims: H32xW23xD10cms
- Capacity: 7.35 Litres
For all of us sustainable means many things but we feel an important factor is the life of a product. As our Grandparents taught us if we take care of things then they should last! All our products are selected with that in mind; they are built to last. They may cost a little more but once bought then they should last for many years, if not a lifetime! A benefit to your pocket, but also the planet.
If you find anything you disagree with or want to know more about then, please, just ask, this is an ongoing work in progress! Call us on 01993 867075 or email [email protected] We care!
Roka truly care about our world and its future.
A family company, Brett designed the first bag, making sure it was sleek, stylish and simplistic, ensuring that it had the right compartments for everything. A bag that was comfortable to wear with weight distributed evenly and handles enabling you to carry it in a multitude of ways. Looking for eco-friendly and ethically made materials, Brett took to work establishing the coatings to ensure the bag had the exact finish he envisioned; that it was water-resistant, that it kept its original colour and that it looked and felt right.
After months Brett finally had it, the first bag, the Bantry they just needed a brand name, one that reflected their values of trust, integrity, quality, enjoying and living life with a positive outlook. And so, from Emma and Bretts surnames, ROsenberg + KAtz, the name ROKA was born.
Helping The Planet
100 million single use plastic bottles are used worldwide every day and a massive 80% of those never get recycled and end up in our landfills and oceans. Roka have created a sustainable range of bags made out of recycled plastic bottles specifically to address this challenge to help recycle waste and protect marine life.
PET material (polyethylene terephthalate, a raw petroleum-based material) is widely used in plastic bottles and other food packaging all over the world. Roka use recycled PET (or rPET) in their sustainable bags giving a brand new and purposeful life to a material thats not biodegradable and would otherwise end up in landfill or the ocean.
But Roka also wanted to dive into the manufacturing processes and have developed a new production method that uses a whopping 85% less energy, 80% less water, and 65% fewer emissions than traditional methods. They have also taken a closer look at their packaging completely redesigning that as well. The Roka Sustainable range that we stock at homeArama comes in corn starch-based, biodegradable packaging.
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