+ Since day one, Timbuk2 made it their mission to respect the planet. Many
of their products are made with pre- and post-consumer materials – and they work every day to add more.
+ Thousands upon thousands of bags have avoided the landfill because of Timbuk2's repairing, renewing and repurposing programs. Giving a damn is simply their second nature.
+ Timbuk2 uses materials certified by bluesign®, an international organization recognized for their body of standards that ensure safe, sound, and sustainable manufacturing. From fabrics to finishes, "The Blue Way" helps create products low on waste and high on value.
+ It was 1989. Timbuk2’s founder Rob Honeycutt was a freethinking, freewheeling bike messenger in San Francisco. He fell in love with the functionality and utility of the messenger bag and wanted it to be accessible to all. In the heart of the eclectic Mission District neighborhood, the Classic Messenger Bag was born.