Incase Is Turning One Man's Trash Into Another Man's Tech Accessories

The brand's collaboration with BIONIC® features a backpack, an accessory organizer and compact sleeve, all of which are made from plastic waste recovered from our oceans.

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The catch-22 of buying anything these days is that even the most environmentally conscious brands still require resources and energy to create products, and therefore generate waste. You can't (or shouldn't) buy a plastic water bottle without feeling at least a little bit guilty when the time comes to toss it. You can feel good about the new collaboration between Incase and BIONIC®, the raw materials company addressing ocean plastic pollution in marine and coastal environments. The collection features a backpack, an accessory organizer and compact sleeve, all of which are made from plastic waste recovered from our oceans. Plus right now, GP readers can score 20 percent off with code GP20.

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