Bare Attack in Portland | Bare Backpacks Unveils Fall Collection

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Owner of Bare, 21-year-old Max Marvin, announces the release of the highly anticipated fall backpack collection and is experiencing strong sales despite economic uncertainty.

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For too long the choice has been Jansport or no sport. Infantile or no style.

Just weeks after the launch of his second company, Pawsitive Lighting, 21-year-old entrepreneur Max Marvin has unveiled the new line of Bare backpacks. After a six months absence, Bare is finally back with an even more impressive lineup of urban, fashionable backpacks. " It's been an interesting road," says owner and founder Max Marvin. "We saw a lot success right out of the gate, but after selling out of our initial inventory, numerous manufacturing hurdles forced us to turn customers away. We're finally relaunching and I could not be more pleased with the fall collection."

Bare was founded in 2011 with the mission to create functional, stylish backpacks focused on usability and minimal design. The fall collection features three unique styles, the Tailor, Lido and Brixton. The Lido and Tailor capture the essence of the classic rucksack, pairing a colorful canvas outer, with vegan leather trim, brings backpacks into the modern era where looks really do matter. The Brixton is the distinguished alternative to the canvas selections. Made of 100% perforated vegan leather, the Brixton's spacious interior and an abundance of pockets make it the perfect travel companion.

"For too long the choice has been Jansport or no sport. Infantile or no style, " says Marvin. "We make backpacks for the conscious consumer looking for a more aesthetically pleasing carrying device."

With sales steadily increasing online, Bare is looking too expand its presence on college campuses across the country. Just another demonstration of how niche, web based businesses have been able to achieve growth even during an economic recovery.

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