Mobius - Expandable, Eco Friendly Travel Backpacks and Bags | tentree®

The Mobius Collection

From our successful launch on Kickstarter, the original Mobius has grown into a sustainable collective to include tote bags, duffel bags, and travel cubes. Through innovations in eco-progressive and recycled materials, the Mobius legacy looks into our past to design our future.

Recycled post industrial, and post consumer materials
Outdoor and nature inspired
Daily to travel lifestyle functions
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PLASTIC BOTTLES ARE USED IN
EVERY MOBIUS BACKPACK
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PLASTIC BOTTLES ARE USED IN
EVERY SET OF TRAVEL CUBES
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PLASTIC BOTTLES ARE USED IN
EVERY TOTE BAG
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PLASTIC BOTTLES ARE USED IN
EVERY DUFFLE BAG

REPREVE®

The Mobius collection uses REPREVE® as the main exterior and lining fabrics. REPREVE® diverts plastic water bottles from ending in landfill to the yarn spinner. The innovative fabric is used throughout our collection, offering durability, protection, and a solution to minimise your footprint.

BLOOM foam

BLOOM harvests excess algae bloom, cleaning up waters and ecosystems. By using BLOOM as our padding, we double its protection power by softening the impact on your gadgets as well as the environment.

The problem

Rising global temperatures produce uncontrollable excess algae, and threatens the natural ecosystems.

The solution

BLOOM harvests excess algae from natural water sources, and recirculates clean water back into the environment.

The outcome

Our ecosystems are healthy and continue to thrive. We also lower our dependence on non-renewable materials.

Buckling down on waste

The Mobius collection uses recycled post-industrial factory waste to create buckles, zippers, and trims. We take sustainability down to every click, pull, and zip.

Meet the designer

Our Designer, Joey Pringle, is committed to designs that inspire change and environmental responsibility. With the Mobius, he’s shown that sustainability isn’t just an option—it’s a new standard.

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