Our British made and organic backpacks are handmade by one skilled master maker. Not a faceless factory on distant shores but one person....
There's a lot of outdoorsy and "sustainable" brands out there – but what makes The Level Collective's products and approach distinctive? ...
We spent a morning with James Craven, AKA Flat Leather. James cuts and stitches our beautiful wallets from scratch by hand.
We spent a day in the historic Joseph Rogers Workshop, watching Steve turn two blocks of wood and a blank blade into a tool of beauty.
I created short film documenting my week long wooden surfboard making workshop with Otter Surfboards.
Screen printing is an age-old craft that gives a rich and durable print. In honour, we've created a short 'behind the seams' video.
When designing our backpack, we struggled to find buckles that worked for us. So we thought we’d design our own. Simple, right?
Over the years we have seen steady growth. The spare room hasn’t. So, in August, we moved our distribution to the amazing team at MailOut.
For us, Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified organic cotton is the only option. We take a look at why.
We're normal folk. We get that our bags really aren't cheap. But there's good reason why they cost considerably more than your average ba...
We spent 3 nights in a cabin in the peaceful forest eco "village" that is Campwell, a wilderness retreat of sorts, just outside Bath. The...
A cheeky look at how we designed our British-made backpacks – from terrible sketch to reality.
Time for our much needed summer break. We were game for a road trip. Scotland? Sure. Skye? Nah, too busy. Mull? Why not!
We've collaborated with the awesome social enterprise Printed By us, to create an art print of our popular Burn Bright design.
We caught up with Mirko and Lauren to hear about the inspiration behind the beautiful Rucksack Magazine.
To us, the quality and sustainability of ingredients form a critical part of product design. Here's what we use to build our backpacks.
Owner Louise invited us to stay at Kudhva – Cornish for 'Hideout'. We'd heard good things, but it was time to find out for ourselves.