Poland-based Dyed in the Wool just released a new rainbow bag set, from which half of all profits will go to the charity Love Does Not Exclude, a national organization that’s committed to introducing marriage equality in Poland. Learn more here…

Dyed in the Wool’s latest collection celebrates diversity, equality, and cycling, and is printed on a custom printed Cordura 600D fabric that’s promised to stand out no matter where you go. Half of the proceeds from each bag purchase go directly to the Love Does Not Exclude Charity, which helps groups and individuals from the LGBTQ+ community fight for their rights. The collection includes a small burrito bag and top tube bag, both of which are lined with a waterproof Oxford fabric, an HDPE liner for stiffness, and a weather-resistant ALPHA zipper. The bags can be purchased on their own or as a complete set.

  • Bar Roll: €95
  • Top Tube Bag: €75
  • Bar Roll + Top Tube Bag: €160
  • Place of Manufacture: Poland
  • Manufacturer’s Details: Dyedinthewool.eu
Dyed in the wool Rainbow
  • Dyed in the Wool Rainbow
  • Dyed in the wool Rainbow

Here’s what Dyed in the Wool had to say about their reasons for launching this new collection: “The right wing government of Poland, where we are based, has actively been evoking negativity and hate toward LGBTQ+ over here.” Dyed in the Wool explains, “Local town halls in, sadly, quite a few towns and regions introduced something called LGBT free zones, openly criticizing and discriminating all homosexual and trans people. In 2020 presidential campaign, Poland’s current president called the group – an ideology which overtakes traditional values… Ever since the PIS government has been in power, LGBTQ+ people have been coping with exclusion, discrimination, hate and aggression. We stand against hate and show our support to the group, to our friends and anyone who has been excluded or mistreated!”

See additional details or buy a set of bags at DyedintheWool.eu.

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