Gallery: Keen's latest upcycling offering hits the market
By Christina Williams
Sustainable Business Oregon editor
Keen's Harvest III line uses upcycled side-impact airbags for durable bags and wallets.
Keen's foray into upcycling — its scrap material-based Harvest line — debuts a third round of designs on its website this month.
The Harvest III line of bags and wallets is made from repurposed, pre-consumer automobile airbags. The airbag scraps are collected by Keen, dyed to match the color scheme and sewn up in a Chico, Calif.-based facility.
|Visit the sewing room >>|
Portland-based Keen, which is renovating its new headquarters building in the Pearl District, shared some behind-the-scenes shots of the process and the results of the Harvest III collection. Click on the image to visit the sewing room.
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