All bags are made from a selection of deadstock, recycled and/or recyclable fabrics. 

The choice of fabric will depend on the intended use, the wear the bag or bag pannel will be subject to and personnal preference. All the fabrics listed below are waterproof and suitable for making bags.

Below are listed the fabrics we mostly use. If you have something in mind that isn’t in the list, please get in touch at – we’re always happy to work on something new !

— Sunbrella Marine Acrylic Canvas 

(320 g/sqm)

Sunbrella Marine fabric is an impregnated waterproof acrylic woven fabric that is initially made for boat protection. It’s UV, salt and mould resistant so will hold its colour and strength even after being exposed to the elements for a long time. 

This acrylic canvas has a soft and matte appearance, close to cotton, which gives it a timeless look, while still being durable and more abrasion resistant than cotton. 

— X-Pac 

X-Pac® is a performance laminate fabric. The fabric uses a proprietary multi-layer lamination technology that makes it highly durable and strong, 100% waterproof, and very stable with low bias stretch. 

— Challenge Sailcloth Ecopak 

(288 g/sqm)

This fabric laminates a 100% recycled polyester outer fabric together with a UV-stable, highly waterproof ripstop recycled polyester. The strong, blue CrossPly polyester fibres that lye in a diamond shape between the layers increase the tear resistance and prevent the material from stretching in all directions. This fabric has a slightly shiny surface which gives it a technical appearance. 

— Examples