Know how you're walking down the street and you see someone with the exact same item as you? Well you don't have to worry about that with Forestbound. Forestbound only uses found and salvaged textiles to create a line of durable, utilitarian bags. Their designer Alice Saunders searches for the perfect historic fabrics and hardware all throughout New England. Most of these bags use materials from the '30s, '40s, '50s, and the general WWII era. Some of the unique fabrics include a WWII era US military duffel bag, a 1930s era cement worker's apron,and a 1950s era Boyscout pack. The beauty of these bags is that while there may be some fabric discoloration, you don't mind it because that's what gives them character. Forestbound also uses some additional fabrics to give these bags a more luxe feel, like soft and supple deerskin. Find your perfect one here.