Carhartt WIP Philis Backpack

Carhartt WIP Philis Backpack

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    Carhartt WIP Philis Backpack - water-resistant urban backpack made of recycled polyester with a padded pocket for a 15" laptop.

    Main compartment without lining
    Zip fastening
    Padded inner pocket for 15" laptop
    Adjustable shoulder straps
    Padded back and shoulder straps
    Side compression straps
    One mesh side pocket, one zipped
    Dimensions: 50 × 33 × 13 cm
    Volume: 21.5 l
    100% recycled polyester

    Product code : c3457

    Carhartt WIP

    Carhartt WIP is inspired by the traditional workwear aesthetics with a current streetwear look. The brand was created in 1994 by Edwin Faeh, who came up with his own clothing collection, based on the traditional Carhartt workwear. Since then, Carhartt WIP has gained a cult position on the fashion map. In recent years, these have been collaborations with such names as A.

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    Carhartt WIP and Sustainability

    The brand Carhartt WIP received 3 out of 7 points and has the status „On the way”. Therefore it deserves our Sustainable tag.
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    Supply chain knowledge

    Supply chain knowledge

    The brand knows its suppliers up to level 2 - therefore it does not know the suppliers of raw materials.

    Production radius

    Production radius

    The complete production chain has a longer path than 10 000 km.



    Is international standard that helps companies create, maintain and use socially acceptable practices in the workplace. This standard primarily regulates and monitors the working conditions of the employees.


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