Shift + Wheeler

Box Bag

$182.00

This bag is like a fanny pack, but is designed to wear crossbody! It can hold a lot more than our regular fanny pack, and has a longer strap. In case you needed to know, it fits two tall boys comfortably, I checked. 

If you'd like a shorter or longer strap, no prob. Just leave us a note when you check out. 

Adjustable 3/4" strap adjusts to from approximately 38” to 54”, you may request a custom length before you check out by clicking "Add a note to your order." Features a partial railroad denim lining, and a front snap pocket. Approximately 9" x 5.5" x 3".

We are MEGA fans of Shift + Wheeler!

Fabricating gorgeous clothing and accessories in Astoria, OR, this collaboration of two creative manufacturers serves timeless, heritage elements that utilize natural fibers such as linen, waxed canvas. Speaking to my own heart, designer Becky Tonkin states, “We make durable waxed canvas bags and natural fiber clothing for fats and queers and everyone else, too! If it doesn't fit, we'll make one that does.” We are so honored to share these beautifully crafted products with our audience!

The collaboration between Wheeler bag company which offers sturdy, made-to-last bags that marry form and function, and Shift apparel is a match made in industrial-sewing-machine-heaven <3 We are honored to carry these products — especially for our Portlandians who long for Astoria days because we all know those are the best days.

This item is shipped directly from the maker! This means you may receive your order in multiple shipments (if you are ordering more than one item) and if it is being made-to-order, please be mindful of the designer's individually allocated lead times! We are proudly connecting our customers and the designers we love in a direct way in the hopes that we can support other small businesses in tandem with our own!

 

In partnership with Greenspark; all orders will remove 10 plastic bottles from the ocean, and all orders over $200 will offset 1000kg of carbon!

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