Tanner Goods are a group of designers and craftspeople, as well as skilled labourers. They strive to create modern products that respect the past. Their philosophy combines a design-minded approach with a deep commitment to crafting items by hand. Carefully considering an item’s intended use, and they focus on how that can best be served without adding more to it than necessary. This is the essence of good design and craft.
Introducing the Koru Rucksack by Tanner Goods. Arguably the most advanced backpack we've seen here at The Great Divide - it is made using Konbu® which is created from military grade Cordura® fiber and it has a rich and natural finish thanks to a proprietary technique developed by a special mill in Osaka, Japan.
The Koru Rucksack offers ultimate comfort with their new shoulder strap system which will naturally form a customer fit over time, along with easy access through a two-way zipper along the main compartment and an internal laptop pocket that can be easily accessed from the top and bottom of the bag. It's finished with aircraft grade aluminium hooks and tension locks.
Constructed from lightweight Konbu® fabric
Black English Bridle leather accents
Large central cavity
Aircraft grade hardware
Nylon webbing straps
Adjustable shoulder strap system
Full length, two-way zipper main compartment
Internal 13” laptop sleeve accessible from top and side
Front pocket for keys and other accessories
One side catch-all compartment ideally sized for a water bottle
Designed in Portland, Oregon. Crafted in León, Mexico.