California’s Campandgoslow and What Happened Outdoors from Slovenia worked together to create two new bags using the iconic rattlesnake bar tape pattern. The bags are made primarily from Campandgoslow’s deadstock fabrics sourced from a local mill-end shop and yardage that was left over from several projects they were working on. And of course, damaged rolls of bar tape for the trim.
The stem bag is based on What Happened’s Sabi Wabi design come in four color combos: Russet, Ochre, Sage, and Lichen, featuring a nylon canvas and Cotton X-pac fabrics. The handlebar roll The handlebar bags will come in either Ochre or Linen, and both feature a fun What Happened Outdoors woven emblem.
These two bags will go up on Campandgoslow’s website this Saturday (April 2nd) at 12 PM PST alongside a new batch of rattlesnake bar tape. Sabi Wabi snack bags will be priced at $90 and the handlebar bags will sell for $155. Rattlesnake bartape is getting a bump to $44 this round. Head over to CampAndGoSlow.com to watch for the release. And check out What Happened’s product pages for more details on the bags.
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