Trevor Kehler

U.S.E.D. Salvages Old Seatbelts to Create Durable One-Of-A-Kind Bags

by , 06/05/12

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U.S.E.D. salvages seatbelts from defunct vehicles and uses them to create vibrant bags, backpacks, purses, and accessories. Based in Canada, the family owned and operated business creates high-quality bags that are built to last – and since they’re made almost entirely from recycled materials each one is unique. U.S.E.D.’s goal is to “repurpose industrial waste and educate the public by creating, functional, fabulous, fun environmentally beneficial products”.

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