I’ve come across a few unique bag company’s during my stint here at Gear Diary. The ones that have really struck me are those who are manufacturing their product from recycled materials. Add Temple Bags to the list. The company makes a variety of bags and cases all of which are made of recycled World War II products.
Their iPhone case (seen above), which sells for $45, is made with a re-purposed WWII canvas inner lining and features a re-purposed WWII suspender strap as well. At 2.5″ x 4.5″ it’s really more of a universal pouch so it’ll work with most Blackberry and Android devices too. It also comes with a belt clip built into the back.
Their top tier iPad case, (seen above), Temple Bags offers sells for $189 and is a cross between carrying bag and a traditional case. The bag, like their cell phone case, is also made from re-purposed WWII canvas. It allows you to use your iPad in stand mode in both the horizontal and vertical positions, and it features a padded shoulder strap and a single storage pocket. There are a few other iPad cases offered as well.
Check out the video below which explains how a Temple Bag is born.
You can learn more about the entire line of Temple Bag products by visiting their home page here.