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After a full year of IG DMs, Zoom calls, and prototypes, today we are excited to release our first collaboration with London based design studio Greater Goods, known for upcycling old technical outerwear into new bags, apparel, and other useful goods.
Limited to just 20 pieces and exclusive to USA based readers, the Greater Goods x Field Mag Climbing Collection features a range of chalk bags and chalk buckets designed for daily use in the gym and at your local outdoor crag.
Each piece has been individually cut and sewn in London by Greater Goods founder Jaimus Tailor and is made of discarded Gore-Tex outerwear, Cordura and nylon material from decommissioned Petzl climbing harnesses, and fleece from vintage fleece jackets. All pieces are 100% upcycled, saved from the landfill and repurposed for new use.
Shop now at shop.fieldmag.com. And Scroll on to see our lookbook, photographed by Hiram Trejo featuring local NYC climbers Allyson Bagalay & Vilan Le.
PS - we'll be giving away a one of one Greater Goods x Field Mag tote bag this week on @fieldmag Instagram too. Stay tuned!
(Learn more about Greater Goods via our 2020 interview here)