It all started when my husband brought home some surplus parachute labels. They were headed for the dumpster, next stop the landfill, but the material was perfectly good lightweight rip stop nylon.
I was busy making gear bags and drag mats at the time, not sure what to do with these new supplies, but after a while inspiration hit. The labels, when sewn together, were the perfect size to make into reusable bags.
Over time more supplies arrived: sliders, material remnants, and parachutes that were no longer airworthy. After some prototyping, I developed new designs for a variety of bags, backpacks, and pouches, all of which are now available.