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A bag worth having
We're here to promote the environment.
The Rolltop is British-made, in small batches with materials chosen for their quality, locality, durability. We want to make a bag with the smallest carbon footprint possible.
But that's irrelevant if the product isn't good.
So we've made this bag great.
Minimal looks. Killer functionality.
Keep your phone or passport right at hand
Grab your laptop in seconds (great when running late, or at airport security)
Keep your wallet, water bottle or snack a quick, safe zip away
Swappable pull strap
Have just the right number of pockets (6, to be precise)
A girl with a problem
Three years ago, Lyndsay felt helpless against the climate crisis. But she also needed a bag.
Using her background in digital design and user experience, she created a bag designed around everyday needs, and produced it in the most responsible way possible.
Two years of prototypes and testing later, The Rolltop is ready.
"Adoration is too gentle a word for how I feel about this bag"
Better for all
The best product isn't worth its salt if it doesn't stand for something greater.
Organic cotton. Scottish weaving. English manufacturing.
These bags are made to last, with the smallest carbon footprint possible.
Scottish canvas. English webbing. YKK zips and vegetable-tanned leather.
These materials have been tested for decades, with knowledge in some cases extending for centuries.
Why? The longer a bag lasts, the lower it's footprint will be. (And because these materials are simply lush.)
Take a small group of skilled machinists with a passion for detail, and give them the best quality Scottish waxed canvas... and what do you get?
Basically, a work of art you can carry every day.
"It's SOOOOO much more comfortable than my current bag"
Good design is for sharing
Based on the surveys of hundreds of people, the Baxley Rolltop has been a group effort.
Be part of this story. Drop us a line, tag us in your pics, share with your friends, hear what we're up to next, and — oh my — help define what we're up to next.
Because good design shouldn't be kept to ourselves.