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Video Review of the Marlondo Backpack

Posted by Tim McWhorter on

Thanks to our awesome customer Timo for putting together a video review of the Marlondo Backpack! Check it out on Youtube.

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Video Review of the Marlondo Backpack

Posted by Tim McWhorter on

Another fantastic video review of the Marlondo Backpack from New England Style Consulting. This video is great if you're looking to see our Backpack in action, and it has some gorgeous drone shots of the snowy New England countryside. Be sure to subscribe to their channel and follow on Instagram for more of these impressively shot videos!

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Video Review of the White Wash Wax Rucksack

Posted by Tim McWhorter on

Check out this unboxing video of our limited edition White Washed Rucksack in black water buffalo leather from our Rarities collection. Thanks to Danae Hoppe at The Perfect Leather Bag for her thoughts on this leather backpack! Be sure to check out her channel and Instagram for more.

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The Marlondo Backpack featured on Your Amazing Places Blog

Posted by Tim McWhorter on

Thanks to the great folks over at Your Amazing Places for featuring the Marlondo Leather Backpack in their article "Important Backpacking Tips You Want to Remember" Backpacking is one of the most interesting ways to investigate many different hidden parts that countries offer. You can easily find dozens of great destinations in almost any region but the problem is that it is quite difficult to plan everything properly when you do not have a lot of experience. Backpacking is not just about putting on that great leather backpack and then exploring. You need to do it properly so here are some...

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Checking in with the Marlondo Backpack 1.5 Years Later

Posted by Tim McWhorter on

Before we debuted the Marlondo Backpack in early 2015, we made a few prototypes to test out the design and durability.  We put this particular backpack through the wringer - taking it on tons of weekend trips, stuffing it in motorcycle panniers, hauling it on a three week trip across Europe, and essentially giving it a thorough beating. It's never been conditioned or cleaned, so here it is in all its glory, with 18 months of nonstop use.  One thing to note is that this backpack was made with prototype leather and not the nicer, waxier leather that we typically use on our...

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