/
DE

FREITAG Accessories 65 Items

Bags 65 Backpacks 19 Messenger Bags 46
Hide Filter & Categories Show Filter & Categories
Filter Results
Brand
Brand
adidas
Adsum
and wander
Anderson's
Arc'teryx
Aries
Arte Antwerp
Baracuta
Barbour
Battenwear
Beams Japan
Beams Plus
Bellroy
Braun
Butter Goods
C.P. Company
Carhartt WIP
Casio
Chrome Industries
Ciele Athletics
CMF Outdoor Garment
Colorful Standard
Columbia Sportswear
Corridor
côte&ciel
Daily Paper
Dickies
Ebbets Field Flannels
Edwin
Elmer by Swany
Engineered Garments
Epperson Mountaineering
F/CE
Filson
Fjällräven
Fred Perry
FREITAG
G-Shock
Goldwin
Good Morning Tapes
Gramicci
have a good time
HEIMPLANET
Heresy
Hestra
HHV
J EONGL I
Kangol
Karhu
Kestin
Lacoste
Leuchtfeuer Strickwaren
Magic Castles
Maharishi
Monokel
nanamica
New Amsterdam Surf Association
New Era
Norse Projects
Nudie Jeans
Oakley
On
orSlow
ORTLIEB
Parel Studios
Patagonia
Patta
Pendleton
pinqponq
PLEASURES
Polo Ralph Lauren
Pop Trading Company
Porter-Yoshida & Co.
Puebco
Puma
R.T.CO
Reception
Reebok
RETROSUPERFUTURE
ROA
Salomon
Satisfy
Snow Peak
The James Brand
The North Face
The Quiet Life
The Trilogy Tapes
thisisneverthat
Timex Archive
Universal Works
Y-3
YETI
Close
Price
Price
100 – 200 €
200 – 500 €
Close
New In Stock
New In Stock
5 Days
7 Days
14 Days
30 Days
60 Days
90 Days
180 Days
365 Days
Close
FREITAG
Back To Top

FREITAG Accessories

The year was 1993, when brothers Daniel and Markus Freitag, in search of a functional, water-repellent and hard-wearing bag, developed the original version of the iconic F13 TOP CAT messenger bag from disused truck tarpaulin, discarded bicycle inner tubes and car seat belts. This FREITAG F13 TOP CAT bag was so groundbreaking that ten years later it was included in the design collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. From the realization of an innovative idea, FREITAG grew into a company that today brings unique bags made from recycled materials onto the market from Europe to Asia. For over three decades now, FREITAG bags have not only stood for design and functionality, but also for the resource-saving use of materials and durability.

But FREITAG is not satisfied with this success: in 2014, FREITAG developed its first completely recyclable material as part of the F-ABRIC clothing line. The biodegradable textiles made from hemp, linen and modal were developed in-house from the ground up, and these FREITAG materials are produced with minimal use of resources within a radius of 2,500 km around the headquarters in Zurich.

In 2015, on the occasion of the “FREITAG ad Absurdum” exhibition at the Lausanne design museum mudac, FREITAG drafted a manifesto that is considered a plea for conscious, sensible production and consumption and, in a slightly adapted version, is still the brand’s guiding principle today.