Roka – Waterhouse Moss Medium Canvas Backpack Bag



ROKA London & Natural History Museum Present: The Waterhouse Field Bag
Whether you’re navigating the great outdoors for scientific endeavours or conquering your daily commute, this backpack stands ready to protect your tools from the elements.

Named after architect Alfred Waterhouse, creator of the iconic South Kensington building, this backpack seamlessly blends history with innovation. Incorporating both the Natural History Museum’s vision of a sustainable future and ROKA London’s emphasis on recyclable materials, the backpack’s main waterproof canvas material is made from recycled plastic material (rPET). Sourced from post-consumer plastic such as plastic bottles, this collection is breathing new life into a material that is not biodegradable.

A re-design of the beloved Canfield, this roll-top backpack boasts three convenient front zip pockets and generous interior storage, ensuring you’re well prepared for any adventure that beckons. It’s rugged, weather-resistant materials and intricate detailing make it a fusion of form and function.

1 in stock


Size matters:
H 41cm × W 32cm × D 12.5cm
Capacity: 16.4 litres

What’s what?
Outer material: Weather-resistant recycled canvas (triple-coated)
Base material: Weather-resistant canvas (triple coated)
Lining material: Recycled nylon
Hardware: Galvanized, smoked, branded metal
Straps: Cotton webbing adjustable shoulder straps and wide loop handles, v-factor comfort
Zips: Sturdy durable chunky zips allow easy glide and quick opening for all ages
Vegan Friendly: Our products use no animal products