Cala Backpack – Charcoal

Carefully crafted from Harris Tweed – a handwoven fabric from the Outer Hebrides of Scotland, and cotton canvas from South India. The Cala celebrates the best in artisanal fabrics while retaining a clean, minimalist aesthetic. This streamlined backpack, though compact, contains a range of useful features, including an outside zip compartment, an inside pocket and a padded laptop sleeve. 


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    • Main compartment: W 34 x H 40 x D 10 cm
    • 14oz cotton canvas body
    • Veg tanned leather straps and detailing
    • Zipper closure
    • Front external pocket with zipper
    • Internal padded laptop sleeve
    • Internal pocket with zipper
    • YKK zips and leather pulls
    • Striped cotton lining



Harris Tweed

Made from 100% pure virgin wool that is dyed and spun in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland and then handwoven by islanders at their homes.


Handloom Weaving

Handwoven fabrics are soft, durable and breathable – many of these properties are due to the human handling of the yarn during the weaving process. Looms are operated and powered by hand or foot, so no electricity is required to make the cloth, resulting in the process being ecologically sound.

Harris Tweed and Canvas:

Lightly sponge clean with warm soapy water.


Natural Leather will develop a lovely patina over time. Our leather is tanned without the use of harmful chemicals and has no synthetic top finish. This means that the true character of the leather will show through, revealing scratches and irregularities in colour and texture. The leather is sturdy and will age beautifully over time as it softens and deepens in colour. For upkeep and waterproofing, wipe products with a damp cloth to remove dust and grime. You can replace lost moisture and oils with a natural leather wax, balm or oil. Pure mink oil is commonly recommended, but Coconut oil also works well.

Weight 0.8 kg
Dimensions 34 × 40 × 10 cm

Black, Charcoal


Canvas, Harris Tweed, Veg Tanned Leather

Craft Processes

Handloom Weaving