Made with panels of bright, repurposed nylon, the convertible Tasra streamlines any commute with its spacious compartments and full-wrap, zippered opening. The pack’s external pockets keep your small items organized, while the padded laptop sleeve and internal, zippered sections ensure your electronic devices and extra clothing travel in protected comfort. Tuck-away backpack straps and multiple grab handles round out this daily hauler, adding a few more travel-friendly features for life on the move. As part of the Del Día Collection, every Tasra is one-of-a-kind, made by employees who have creative control over each pack’s final look.
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Lightweight, remnant nylon fabric
Full-wrap zippered opening
Front box pockets
Internal mesh storage compartments
Padded laptop sleeve fits most 15in laptops
One-of-a-kind Del Día colorway
Made in Philippines
Weight: 1 lb 6 oz (726 grams)
Dimensions: 17 x 10.5 x 5.5in (43 x 27 x 14cm)
Volume: 16L (976cu in)
Making leftovers shine
All products inCotopaxi's(Re)Purpose™ Collection use fabric left over from other companies’ larger production runs. That’s what makestheDel Día bags one of a kind: Cotopaxi takeshigh-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.
Cotopaxi not only sources non-virgin and alternative materials for their products, but they have taken concrete steps to ensure human rights are maintained throughout their supply chain. Additionally, they’re committed to creating all their products using repurposed, recycled, and responsible materials by 2025.
Each factory partner of Cotopaxi agrees to a rigorous code of conduct; completes an audit or relevant certification; and agrees to promote fair labor practices. Cotopaxi's supply chain commitments are:
Committing to the UN Global Compact and Principles of Responsible Business
Conducting annual auditing and anonymous supplier surveys
Adopting the Ethical Trading Initiative’s Better Buying Guide
Providing direct grants to all workers in cut-and-sew factories to increase their well-being