Introduction of OG’s Hat Line

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 strap in the back. All three have a green ‘under bill’ to represent the green in our name and the tree that we planted for each hat sold.

We made them with the idea that they can be dressed up. Hats don’t have to be limited to bad hair days and pure laziness. We designed them to be fashionable and versatile.

We hope you enjoy them & look forward to designing more styles.

Limited Edition Liners

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 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. John has exhibited at Gallery Two in Sydney, Australia, Woods-Gerry Gallery in Providence, RI, Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Kansas City Artists Coalition, and had a solo exhibition at the Gonzo Museum in Aspen, CO. He was invited to be a juror for the National Endowment for the Arts in 2010, 2011 and 2012. John is represented by Cider Gallery in Lawrence, KS and Leopold Gallery in Kansas City, MO and was named the Best Artist of 2012 by Lawrence Journal-World. Sebelius’s short documentary “Welcome To Slab City USA” was recently screened at the Virginia Film Festival and he lives with his fiancé Allie and dog Norman in Lawrence, KS.

John is a very talented artist and killed it with these liners.  We are proud to have him be our first featured artist.  There is a very limited  amount of these liners – Get them while you can.

OG Sack was on Colorado’s Best

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, etc)

Thanks again to everyone at Colorado’s Best, as well as anyone who took the time to watch our segment!

For those who haven’t seen us on Colorado’s Best, here’s the link:

OG Sack Voted Product of the Year by 5280 Magazine

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 a tote, a backpack, or a messenger bag and comes with plenty of easy-to-access pockets for all your stuff. Equally at home in the yoga studio, gym, backcountry, or even an airplane overhead bin, the homegrown OG Sack also comes with a removable liner (read: no residual pine needles from your weekend camping trip). But perhaps the best part is what you don’t see: For every OG Sack purchased, the year-old company works with to plant a tree in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest.