The wooden pieces are manufactured by the master joiner himself. He prefers to process local wood from Southern Gemany, which he collects and dries. However, some exotic and rare timbers maybe also used to express the uniqueness and luxury of a BAG2ROOTS bag. An inclusion of a bough makes the wooden pieces rare and special. 


Apple tree with origin from the Lake of Constance comes with a with a slight red nuance.


Another local wood from the Lake of Constance is cherry tree. Is has a bright colour nuance and moderate granes.

European Walnut

The walnut tree from Europe has a brigher colour nuane compared the the American Walnut.

American Walnut

American Walnut has a beautiful dark brown colour with moderate grains.

Plum Tree

Another local wood from Southern Germany is plum tree. It has a nice play of colors from bright to red and brown.

Plum tree rough-sawn

This plum tree is rough-sawn and underpins the vintage look of the bag.


Another local wood from Southern Germany is chestnut, often used a substitite to oak tree.

Olive Wood

A true tree of life in the Mediteranean and often found in Italy and Greece.

Douglas fir

Douglas is a hard coniferous wood with strong grains and a very bright color. 

Teak Burma

The origin of real Teak wood is in South Eastern Asia. However,  highest quality of all Teak is the Teak of Burma, which is rare and expensive.

Bog Oak

This is the rarest and most luxurious wood. Bog oak of highest quality is used for BAG2ROOTS. Bags with bog oak are only made upon special request.


African Wenge has a beautiful dark coffee-brown colours with very fine grains. 


Bamboo actually is not a wood but belongs to the grasses. As it is very durable and light-weight, it is perfect for BAG2ROOTS and fits with many leather colors.


Upppps ... wrong page. Kindly refer to the carbon fibre page.