Wednesday, June 26, 2013

WHAT'S NEW: CRUMPLER OPENS CONCEPT STORE IN THE PHILIPPINES

Shangri-La Plaza Mall is rapidly becoming a favorite place of mine to shop especially with the completion of its East Wing. I already visited the mall 3 − 4 times this month and that's a lot having Trinoma and SM North as my default malls to go to waste money. One notable reason for us to get even more excited to shop at the mall is the recently opened Philippine flagship store of Crumpler.

I was there yesterday at the opening and made it just in time to see these guys participate in a Crumpler-stuffing game.

They won by the way.
Sorry guys, this is too cute not to post. Haha. Congratulations though.
The official opening of the Crumpler Philippines flagship store also plays host as the venue for the debut of the new Outpost Project series of bags as the launch of the two new bag models; the Ludicrous Debacle and Proud Stash which I already mentioned HERE.

Adding interest to the new Crumpler store at Shangri-La Plaza Mall is the unique interior design, specially created for Crumpler by award-winning Australian architects Ryan Russel and Byron George.


Today, the Crumpler range has gone beyond bags for cycling to include luggages,

camera/photography bags and straps,





laptop bags, casual bags, and even school bags.

It has also grown a global cult following among adventurers, photographers, riders, designers, makers, thinkers, and doers.




Aside from Shangri-La Plaza Mall, Crumpler stores are also located at Bonifacio High Street, Trinoma and Robinsons Magnolia.

For more information, like Crumpler Philippines on Facebook and follow @CrumplerPH on Twitter! #KnowHowToLive

About Crumpler
Started in 1992, Crumpler was the product of a young man named Stu Crumpler. Stu was an avid beer drinker and transporting cans of beer using his bike was slowly becoming a heavy chore. The first Crumpler bag was created for the sole purpose of being a beer container which worked quite well. Not soon after, Stu Crumpler's highly durable "beer" bag caught the attention of a bike messenger company owned by Will Miller and Dave Roper who commissioned Stu Crumpler to reengineer the beer bag and make it into a backpack for their bike messengers. It was a complete success as the bags prived to be not only durable, but also practical and comfortable to use. Driven by a shared passion to create the best bags for bikers Stu, Will and Dave started their own business making and selling their own line of bags which was appropriately named "Crumpler."

Crumpler bags are exclusively distributed by Digits Trading Corporation in the Philippines.

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