Weatherproof Packs & Rucksacks
Mission Workshop's weatherproof backpacks are versatile, adept, and eager to carry your life.
Features include: waterproof materials, external accessory pockets, laptop-sized pockets, water-resistant urethane coated zippers, rugged and light-weight internal frame, and a removable waist belt (optional).
Made in the USA with a lifetime warranty.CONTINUE // Backpacks . . .
Watch the Bicycle Coffee Co. & Fitzroy Video
Weatherproof Roll Top Bags
Mission Workshop messenger bags feature a weatherproof roll top main compartment which can be used in either the "roll top" mode, or in the traditional "flap down" configuration.
Features include: waterproof materials, quick-access outboard pockets, internal zippered pockets, custom aluminum hardware, detachable cross-chest stabilizer. Available in three sizes: The Shed, The Rummy, and The Monty.CONTINUE // Messenger Bags . . .
Watch the Shed Messenger Bag in Paris
Modular Backpacks and Accessories
Field Packs allow for the secure and simple attachment of weatherproof accessories to the exterior of the bag. The Arkiv® modular system gives the bag freedom to evolve and adapt as needed. Choose from accessories ranging from simple cell phone pouches and tool pockets to larger organizers and laptop sleeves to build your ideal bag.CONTINUE // Arkiv Field Packs . . .
Watch how the Arkiv® System works.
Merino Wool, Windproof, and Waterproof Jackets
Mission Workshop apparel is designed to help you cover the most ground possible. MW outerwear utilizes Swiss waterpoof-breathables, New Zealand Merino, and military spec. 4-way stretch wovens from the USA.CONTINUE // Mission Workshop Apparel . . .
Watch the Orion & Bosun Video
Collection of bags, packs, and apparel.
The Mission Workshop AP Series is a glimpse into the underbelly of Mission Workshop R&D. This is the place where we cut, bend, smash, and burn anything that might reveal a path to a better product. This is where we don't try to be different, just better.CONTINUE // Advanced Projects Series. . .
Watch the VX Rucksack Video
Mission Workshop Blog
John Watson of Prollyisnotprobably.com and a crew from Mission Workshop rode through China's Yangtze river delta on a photo exploration of bike culture with the help of the guys at Factory Five. Check out the posts as they traveled through the world’s largest urban population in Shanghai and also explored the ancient architecture of the Chinese countryside.CONTINUE // MW + Prolly Asia Bike Tour . . .
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