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Dabbawalla

Maker - Susan Givens

Dabbawalla
Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

Baby Got Pack

Navy, pink, or green? Boring, Mom. Give young kids backpacks they will want to wear—sized just for them and featuring adorable characters.

Dabbawalla bags look as fun as their name sounds, but there is more than just cuteness to these bags. Each biodegradable, recyclable backpack is made from stretchy, durable Ariaprene. The material contains no lead, BPA, phthalates, or PVC (which are all pretty common in other backpacks).

This will please parents looking for a greener way to go, and kids will be drawn in by the charming designs.

Susan Givens knew exactly what she wanted in a backpack for her son—only, she couldn’t find it. An eco-friendly, washable bag proved so elusive, she began making them herself. These backpacks can go in front loading washing machines (thank you, Susan!) and will thrill little kids who have a bag pared down just for them.

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Discovered 7/26/2016

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Underrepresented Entrepreneur

Maker Story

Baby Got Pack

Navy, pink, or green? Boring, Mom. Give young kids backpacks they will want to wear—sized just for them and featuring adorable characters.

Dabbawalla bags look as fun as their name sounds, but there is more than just cuteness to these bags. Each biodegradable, recyclable backpack is made from stretchy, durable Ariaprene. The material contains no lead, BPA, phthalates, or PVC (which are all pretty common in other backpacks).

This will please parents looking for a greener way to go, and kids will be drawn in by the charming designs.

Susan Givens knew exactly what she wanted in a backpack for her son—only, she couldn’t find it. An eco-friendly, washable bag proved so elusive, she began making them herself. These backpacks can go in front loading washing machines (thank you, Susan!) and will thrill little kids who have a bag pared down just for them.