Jonathan Baker, the founder of eqpd, graduate from Pinkerton Academy in '93. Heavily involved in the Arts, Jonathan studied at the Rhode Island School of Design '97, followed with 20 years of freelance product design. His current project, eqpd, uses "the principles of Industrial Design to reduce our environmental impact while restoring regional manufacturing". This custom Pinkerton Academy LastBag proudly represents the history and influence Pinkerton has on all it students and a limited quantity is available for holiday gifts.
Be on the lookout for an eqpd+Astros fundraiser Spring 2018!
About the eqpd LastBag:
The LastBag is designed as a lifetime product. Reliable, practical and easy to use. Carry the heaviest of loads with just one handle, set down onto muddy ground and clean with a garden hose. Our 18oz. fabric is most commonly used as truck tarps and whitewater rafts and is highly durable, absolutely waterproof, UV stable and bleach safe. The seamless folded bottom and exposed side seams allow the bag to stand upright and open. The reinforced handle is padded and easy to grab. Fold flat like a paper bag to store in your luggage, car, closet or backpack. Built for versatility, our LastBags are used for everything from groceries and boating, to trail-building and construction sites. Its utilitarian design works for both men and women, young and old, from the city to the country. The black version shown in the video is our Heavy Duty, 22oz fabric and is currently being tested as a "better 5 gallon bucket" by the Evergreen trail crew.
Size: about the size of a classic brown grocery bag : 10"w x 13"h x 8"d
Care: water, citrus cleaner, standard household cleaners, bleach safe.
Proudly made in Twisp, WA