MUST BAG is a water repelent Toiletry Bag, designed to fit all your little items.It has 3,5 liters of capacity, its dimensions are 9″ x 5,9″ x 3,9″

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A bag for everything you MUST Carry. We’d like to say “on your trips”, but you can use it to carry anything you MUST to get things done. We’ll also like to say you MUST buy this bag before it’s gone.

Ok, ok, it’s a toiletry bag, but that doesn’t sound cool, you know? But it serves the purpose, it’s made with re used bicycle inner tubes, it has water resistant lining, and we made the hardest part possible, we made a toiletry bag look cool.

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NeoMatic is a colombian entrepreneurship company based in Medellín, Colombia. We design and create urban bags, backpacks, and messenger bags with recycled bicycle tubes.

Our artisanal bags use rubber tubes as raw material, our products help to reduce the amount of waste heading to landfills or possibly contaminating water sources.

Our main motivation is to generate a more responsible consumption habit, offering environmentally friendly, high quality products

What drives us is to responsibly produce utilitarian, high end, bags that are also practical for the modern urban lifestyle, while maintaining a reasonable price. In this case with this excellent toiletry bag

Neomatic Workshop’s objective is to minimize the environmental damage by recycling and reusing waste in order to produce our urban bags

In a world with consumption dynamics that produce waste way greater than the system’s capacity to recycle it, it is necessary to find ways to reutilize those supplies, otherwise they will contaminate for a few centuries until they completely degrade.

We source the materials from different local bike shops around the city. Without their support, these tubes would not be recycled and they’d end up in a landfill.

By January 2020, our workshop recycles approximately 300 bicycle tubes each month, the bags we make are distributed online and in local bike shops in Bogotá and Medellín. We ship to Colombia, the United States, and soon Canada and the European Union.