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Matt Singer and Rivendell Mountain Works
A limited-edition backpack benefiting the Million Trees NYC initiative
by Graham Hiemstra
on 06 March 2012
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With a solid repertoire of collaborations and accessories under his belt, designer Matt Singer is now using his creativity for good. For his latest venture, he has teamed up with the recently revived Rivendell Mountain Works on a limited-edition backpack benefitting the Million Trees NYC initiative.

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Handmade at the foothills of the Washington Cascades, the durable Cordura nylon bag sports a custom Million Trees patch, and thoughtful features like an adjustable sternum strap and padded shoulder straps help it withstand any number of daily outings.

As an urban dweller, Singer was motivated by the impact of nature on the quality of a city's atmosphere, and plans to donate a portion of the bag's proceeds to support the non-profit organization's citywide mission to plant and care for one million trees in all five boroughs. The backpack is now available in limited numbers exclusively through Matt Singer's online shop for $225.

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