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Shuttle Pack 'Olympic Moss'

$180

Most often, simplicity is the best direction. Wood&Faulk thought long and hard about a solution for easily carrying a small bundle, and came up with the Shuttle Pack. It’s true purpose is a lightweight backpack with just the right amount of room and style for days. A cinch-able opening with leather tabs keeps your belongings secure without elaborate closures. The perfect pack when you're strolling the city, relaxing in the park, or having a quick hike into your favorite short trail. Beautiful and tough waxed canvas, solid brass hardware and latigo leather come together for a supremely useful bag.

Wood&Faulk is an American designer and manufacturer of travel bags, accessories and lifestyle items headquartered in Portland, Oregon. The name references Woodrow Avenue and Faulkner Street – two roads in Wichita, Kansas where founder, Matt Pierce, honed his skills as a designer, builder and tinkerer. His creative curiosity – to see how things work, take them apart, customize and create new things – led him to start Wood&Faulk, a blog about projects and DIY culture. Derived from project experiments on the blog and items used in the workshop, Wood&Faulk has developed into a company known for timeless products inspired by its Oregon home and its Midwestern roots.

All of Wood&Faulk's products are built in the USA, many in their own workshop, located in the former Simons & Fruerberg Co. building in lower North Portland.

Dimensions: 11 in wide x 15 in tall x 5 in deep, not including strap dimensions.

Materials: Water repellent cotton canvas that’s dyed and milled in New Jersey, latigo leather strap, and styled with matte nickel hardware.

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