Knapp Sacks by Buck Products

custom, simple, roll top backsacks out of bozeman, mt

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alex@buckproducts.com
www.buckproducts.com

Monday, November 28, 2011

this is the OLD blog

this Blog isn't updated anymore, get the freshies over HERE from now on....

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Order Due Date Tomorrow 12-3-10

If you want a bag sewn and shipped by christmas, you gotta let me know by tomorrow, otherwise it's going to be a later arrival, which is exciting too!

Monday, November 8, 2010

Pardon the i-not-phone quality



a sack ready for its new life/owner
as well as some new stylee webbing that is hot as fire

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Seriously official email now uP

alex@buckproducts.com

might just want to put an order in for yourself.....

Buckprdcts has been "Itemized"


KnappSacks got some love over at theFADER mag's website. Just a nice to-the-point writeup on how convenient it is to have a sack on your back...thanks to Maia for making it happen!
http://www.thefader.com/category/style/

Friday, October 22, 2010

Thinking about Snow Sliding

An idea that has been brewing up in my sketchbook finally got sewn up.

It's a super simple/versatile necessities hauling machine, especially crafted for winter activities. It'll carry a snowboard for riders or snow boards for skiers. It has an outside beaver tail flap that'll drain. Velcroze and then rolls shut and can snap together in a variety of ways.

Skinnier than a KnappSack and can carry shovel, probe, skins, as well as a puffy layer, snacks, water, whatevers clever.
I'll let you know when they get polished enough for everyone trying to get slashing! (~2weeks?)
Tell me if you want one and I'll add you to the new list.
Better nonphotobooth photos coming soon too...

New Happenings




angled shoulders for a snugger fit, and closer to back feel
and also
nice khaki velcro and handles for computer sleeves

oversnappin vid

video

Monday, October 11, 2010

Computer sleeves

These little jammies are fully padded and ready to fit any computer/pad/fragile items with ease.

Slides into the backs of KnappSacks to provide super padded comfort to the max.

12"Wx18"Lx~2"H, velcro flaptop closure, 3"x2"Pull tab for dropping in and pulling it out of bag.

Good for use as a folder too, once I get some shots up you'll see what I mean....

As with anything BUCKproduct it is open to interpretation:
I put a water reservoir in my sack this weekend on a bangtail bike ride. Insulates and keeps your water bladder in place while providing pack structure.

Petey on mount.Lafayette


taken by mr.CALVINSIEGEL
check out more of his photos: calsiegel.com

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Knapp Sacks are still Knapp Sacks...

but the company is now called Buck Products, so don't fret just adjust!

East Coast Productions


We have been getting bulk sacks sewn at Fancy Stitchers, INC. in Lewiston, ME. Here's what they have to say about themselves...

"Fancy Stitchers Inc. is one of the oldest and most trusted contract cutting and stitching companies in the country. Now celebrating its 33rd anniversary, the company's distinguished reputation has been built on its founding philosophy of quality workmanship and fair pricing standards. With relationships built on delivering top quality products on time and on budget, it is no wonder that many of the largest suppliers in the retail industry use Fancy Stitchers Inc. as their contractor of choice."
check the site @ www.fancystitchersinc.com

There are three new colorways starting to be distributed, so you better keep your eyes peeled and get yours before they are gone. I will keep everyone posted with colors etc later on.

Oh, and they will be less expensive($60) than the more custom sacks that I sew here in Bozeman. Bark at that!

Knapp Sacks don't suck at Beaches


Bill E. Bones gives us a taste of Maine



Looks like some Sacks had fun in Baxter S.P....



Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Sunny in Bozeman

Now with taped top edge! Super clean!

1/4" thick shoulder pads!


...for a certain SSK in chicagbro

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