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Longevity

Our simple, understated designs use materials and components that are time-tested and reliable to create bags that thrive out in the wild – wherever your wilderness may be.

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Handmade in Scotland

When we started Trakke, we realised that if we want manufacturing to come back to Britain, we had to lead by example. That’s why we use as many British materials as possible, and build the best bags we know how.

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Built to Last

Based in Glasgow, the Highlands and Islands are on our doorstep. Scotland is our proving ground, subjecting our bags to sun, rain, snow and hail as we test each of our designs to ensure its reliability and resilience.

Fresh from the Journal

Apr22
Artist of the North: Ellis O’Connor
Artist of the North: Ellis O’Connor
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Ellis O’Connor is a Scottish landscape artist who lives in the Outer Hebrides, on the island of North Uist. In...

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Apr22
Provenance: A History of the Munros
Provenance: A History of the Munros
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Each country has its own unique bounty to offer anyone willing to step out of their home to find...

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Apr22
The Munro Bagger: Charlie Campbell
The Munro Bagger: Charlie Campbell
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It only takes one person to transform something previously thought unachievable into a piece of history, long to be...

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