Designed for Intelligentsia Coffee, the Galileo Backpack is perfect for coffee lovers and adventurers alike. Just because you're hitting the outdoors shouldn't mean you leave your coffee rituals back home. Coffee brewed over a campfire can be some of the best you'll ever have, so we recommend bringing the right gear for the job. The special "coffee kit" is perfect for housing your beans, hand-grinder, filters, filter holder, and a mug or two. Its quick access pocket means less fumbling around in the morning for your supplies and the water-resistant nylon lining of the backpack and coffee kit allow for quick and easy clean up.
Padded mesh shoulder straps are lightweight and breathable, and the rugged waxed cotton that makes up the bag will be able to withstand the roughest conditions. We used pull-up leather, whose high volume of natural oils and waxes make it more weather resistant.
The Galileo Backpack unfortunately does not come with coffee products. For some damn fine coffee beans, click here. For equally fine coffee accessories, click here.
- 20 oz Waxed Canvas, #10 Duck
- American Hide, Latigo Pull-Up Leather
- Dull nickel plated brass hardware
- Width: 13" | Height: 17 1/2" | Depth: 4 3/4"
- Width: 7" | Height: 4" | Depth: 7"
- Fit a 15" laptop with case
- Includes Coffee Kit and quick access exterior pocket
- Constructed with Dull nickel plated brass hardware
Made in the USA
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To clean waxed canvas, shake or brush off dirt, sand, or other abrasive material. With cold water and a little mild soap (if needed) gently massage surface with a brush or sponge. Rinse with a sponge and cold water, air dry.
Over time, if you notice the wax coating getting thin or the waterproofing begin to break down, you may want to re-wax your bag. Be sure the bag is clean and dry, as the wax will cover anything on the canvas. Lay the bag as flat as possible, and use a soft cloth to apply Tex-Wax or another approved wax to rub down bag as evenly as possible. If you are having difficulty spreading the wax, use a hair dryer to warm it slightly.
Once finished, use your hands to work the wax into the material, follow up by slowly and evenly heating the waxed fabric with a hair dryer. When finished, allow the bag to cure for a day or two by hanging it in a warm, dry place.
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