- Top drawstring closure
- Front zippered pocket
- Internal hydration sleeve
- Breathable mesh shoulder straps
- Waist and sternum straps
- Lightweight, packable design
- Made from off-cuts of ripstop nylon, meaning each pack is unique
- Capacity: 18L
- Dimensions: 51 x 34 x 12 cm
- Weight: 300 g
The Del Día line from Cotopaxi is a win-win kind of thing. It keeps perfectly good performance fabrics out of landfill, lets garment workers indulge in a bit of creativity, and means that each Del Día product you buy is one-of-a-kind.
So how does it work? Well, Cotopaxi realised that loads of other companies were chucking away odds and ends of remnant material from their own manufacturing runs. So they bought up all these leftovers and the folk at their factory in the Philippines started playing mix-and-match with the repurposed fabric – working up Cotopaxi's fully featured packs and jackets in whatever different colourways they fancied. The only rule is that they can’t use the same colour scheme twice.
The result is that no two products will ever be alike, making each one vibrantly and uniquely yours.
Ethically Sourced Materials - Made with repurposed materials: With their Del Día collection, Cotopaxi take high-quality, remnant fabric originally produced for another purpose to create these products. Every (Re)Purpose™ product keeps fabric out of the landfill and puts it in the hands of thoughtful adventurers like you.
Supports Eco Initiatives - After measuring emissions, Cotopaxi work with CarbonFund and BEF to purchase and offset their carbon emissions
Eco Certifications - Cortopaxi is a certified B-Corporation, and hold the highest regard and respect for their employees, communities, and the environment
Cotopaxi’s tagline is ‘gear for good’, and before you roll your eyes at yet another outdoor brand making lofty claims about their eco credentials, these guys really do walk the walk. They’re certified climate neutral, with rigorous ethical manufacturing standards and even a grants scheme that supports organisations fighting global poverty.
They also prioritise the use of recycled and reclaimed materials, which includes some imaginative upcycling – like their ‘Del Día’ range made from repurposed fabrics. Other product lines make use of leftover fabrics discarded by other manufacturers. As well as reducing landfill waste, this also means that the vibrant patchwork-style colourways of many Cotopaxi garments and packs are totally unique.
And that’s the thing about Cotopaxi. Their kit doesn’t just tick the good-guy boxes, it also looks great too – with a retro-inspired aesthetic that channels the best bits of the 80s. Whether it’s a daypack, a bum bag, a windbreaker or a zip-up fleece, their range is built to last and stacked with well-thought-out features for conscientious adventure travellers.