Looking for a quick way to add a little more tech to your Mission Workshop pack? The AstriAlpin COBRA Buckles are now available for purchase at Mission Workshop in five finishes. These will work on all Field Packs and Expandable Cargo Packs.
Mission Workshop is teaming up with Full Frame Collective on a Friday the 13th photo show tonight and then tomorrow, Taylor Stitch is having a sample sale in conjunction with Huckberry. See the full scoop below.
Before the Oregon Outback, I was in SF for a few hours and got to see some of the new products Mission Workshop will be rolling out over the next few months. My favorite however are these black multicam Cobra Buckle Cargo Packs. Gear heads will go nuts over the AustriAlpin hardware…
See more photos below and specs!
I love all the new Multicam designs coming from Mission Workshop and while the newest collaboration with Bicycle Store Paris might be too much for some people, I would use one in a heart beat. This limited edition Sanction is only available via the Bicycle Store Paris’ store and online at Bicycle Store.
I’ve seen this in person and it’s awesome. In fact, I wish I had one with me this week for our ride. Here’s the scoop from MW:
“The Ultralight Orion provides complete waterproof protection in a lightweight and packable format. The relaxed cycling fit combined with durable stretch fabrics enables maximum movement.
The Orion is a fully-taped waterproof-breathable jacket designed for extreme wet conditions. Made with 96 g/m2 Polartec Neoshell® fabric. This highly breathable, waterproof fabric is engineered to react to changes in body temperature and activity levels, allowing more moisture and heat to escape as the intensity level increases. As a result, the Orion is the perfect waterproof jacket for an exceptionally wide range of environments and temperatures.
Features include: Pit zip underarm ventilation, external access chest pocket, internal ported media pocket, rear stow pocket, hand warmer pockets, and removable hood.
Jacket Weight: 370 grams (310 grams without hood)
Fabric Weight: 96 g/m2
Made in Vancouver, Canada.”
Mission Workshop’s new VX-21 lightweight backpacks look amazing. I love the multicam and hunter / safety orange. It’s like Mission Workshop can see into my mind!
“The R6 Field Pack allows for the secure and simple attachment of weatherproof accessories to the exterior of the bag. The patented Arkiv® modular system gives the bag freedom to evolve and adapt as needed. With an arsenal of accessories to choose from the R6 series is ready to travel.
The VX-21 collection of R6 backpacks and accessories utilize a lightweight 210 denier packcloth reinforced with a ripstop nylon grid all backed with a PET waterproof membrane. In addition, these packs are lined with a lightweight urethane coated ripstop liner.
All Arkiv bags and accessories are completely weatherproof, made in the USA and backed by a lifetime warranty.”
See more photos below and the full details at Mission Workshop.
Head over to Mission Workshop for details. If you do go to this event – you’d be crazy not to – do me a favor and give Stinner a high five. That dude is killing it.
As part of Mission Workshop’s AP Series, these new limited edition Sanctions feature anodized hardware, a waxed twill fabric and the same, made in the USA, lifetime warranty that MW has on all their products. See more at Mission Workshop.
I don’t know how many of you are into TYCHO but I’m stoked on how this project with Mission Workshop turned out:
“Mission Workshop and FILTER Magazine went on tour with San Francisco band Tycho, to capture the life of touring musicians. At first glance, it can seem wildly glamorous: Late nights, different cities, fans that adore you…But look a little deeper and you’ll see that the reality of life on the road is very much to the contrary. Though there are good times to be had, the majority of a touring musician’s life is spent in transition. Transition from city to city, venue to venue, and hotel to hotel. Mission Workshop documented a set of shows just prior to the 2014 Awake tour with Filter Magazine and created a photo collection called Lucid.”
View LUCID at Mission Workshop and check out that 40-page book they printed too!