Our primary goal in starting OG Sack was to create a versatile/sturdy bag that compliments an active lifestyle, so people can better enjoy whatever it is they’re doing. In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, I started losing touch with these values in my own personal life.
(Insert Lloyd & Harry from Dumb and Dumber) for “T…t…t-heh…t…” first “An..u..el”, “The” first annual Team OG Sack […]
We figured that hats and bags are two things that compliment themselves well, for women and men. So we designed our first three hats.
These hats are made to be a little heavier for fall and winter. There is a khaki corduroy hat, a clean and crisp black hat, & a ‘washed’ gray hat. Each has a leather logo on the front with a leather adjustable […]
OG Sack has teamed up with John Sebelius to introduce our new line of hand painted liners.
John Sebelius is an interdisciplinary artist that holds an M.F.A. in drawing and painting from the University of Kansas and a B.F.A. in illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design. Sebelius’s work has been featured in: Harper’s, Express, DETAILS, Review, CNN, Aspen Daily News, The Washington Post, and […]
A few weeks back, Colorado’s Best did a feature on OG Sacks. Everyone on the set was amazing to work with & we wanted to give a special shout out to Joana Canals, the co-host for Colorado’s Best. She was incredibly supportive and did a great job showcasing all that our OG Sack’s have to offer (removable/washable liner, triple strap integration, 1 bag 1 tree, […]
We are honored to be the editors pick for Colorado Product of the Year! Here’s the nice write-up 5280 magazine did about our product:
In our active city, owning an OG Sack is kind of like owning a puppy: You can’t walk more than a few blocks without someone stopping you to ask about it. The bright, versatile carryall ($75 to $85) can be used as […]