Roka London Bantry B Sustainable Nylon black
The Bantry B is our original backpack with a chunky zip at the top.
Twelve or more plastic bottles are used to make the recycled (rPET) materials that make each bag, and all ROKA bags are vegan friendly too!
Each Bantry has four straps for being carried on your back or by your side, with a front pocket closed by a sturdy zip, a secure inside pocket, as well as a laptop or tablet sleeve inside.
Made using the rPET sustainable Nylon, the bag has a smooth and glossy feel. It is then coated to make it water-resistant and finally put through a softening process to make it have a softer feel. And our nylon material is weather-resistant, lightweight, and as durable as all our ROKA bags!
The Bantry B small option is the cutest and safest way to keep track of all your daily needs - mobile phone, keys, wallet, and more! Each small bag is 32cm x 23cm x 10cm. Capacity is 7.35 litres.
The Bantry B medium bag is the best thing to have your back. With a padded compartment for your laptop or tablet and enough space for notebooks, water bottle, an extra sweater and more - this size is ideal for staying on the move. Each medium bag is 40cm x 30cm x 12cm. Capacity is 14.39 litres.
Outer material: weather resistant recycled nylon with a smooth feel (triple coated)
Base material: weather resistant canvas (triple coated)
Lining material: matte nylon
Hardware: galvanized, smoked, branded metal.
Straps: cotton webbing
All of our products are vegan.
Inside each ROKA bag is a lightly padded laptop pocket, a small personal pocket, and padding to add comfort to the back when carried.
While ROKA bags are washable, usually a simple wet sponge does the job. The materials used are designed to be durable and weather resistant. And the straps will become softer and more comfortable with each use.
Did You Know?
All our bags are named after places that are dear to us in our home town of London. However, the Bantry, being our first bag, is named after Brett & Emma’s, our founder’s other favourite place, Bantry Bay in South Africa where they went on their honeymoon.