Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Vedavoo Spinner Daypack Build

Scott Hunter proves in this post that not only is he the front man for Vedavoo but you're as likely to see him behind the sewing machine dropping stitches on a pack or other gear offering as well.

Recently Scott offered to build a Spinner Daypack for me to demo and review this year.  I was stoked to try out a piece of Vedavoo gear and asked that he photograph the build step by step so that readers can see what it takes him to build out one of his pieces of gear in the Vedavoo factory otherwise known as his garage.



Created with flickr slideshow.

It been really neat to see a growing number of high quality small shop gear makers grow over the past several years who are committed and proud to sew in a "Made In The U.S.A." tag on each piece of gear that they produce.

Check out the Vedavoo website for more information and follow their story on one of several of their social media streams as well.

3 comments:

Pile Cast said...

Scott is a hell of an artist.

GFP said...

I've done a little sewing over the last few months......love this post. I wish I was that good.

Cameron Mortenson said...

Pile Cast...I agree and a gear maker too.

GFP...what don't you do? Dang. Talented in many ways.