To put unavoidable production waste to good use, German brand Deuter has launched a new line of stuff sacks, bags and backpacks made from fabric scraps from its regular collection of backpacks and sleeping bags. For this first limited Infiniti series, almost 24,000 meters of fabric leftovers were processed. This is equivalent to the size of nearly five soccer fields. The collection includes simple urban, travel and mountain adventure products: a bike wheel bag, a bike cover for travel, a gym bag, classic retro and roll-top backpacks, shoppers as well as trash bags. In keeping with the origin of the fabrics, the series offers a colorful mix of hues and materials. Deuter, based in Gersthofen, Bavaria, supports the global non-profit organization 1% for the Planet with 10 percent of the wholesale turnover generated by the Infiniti line. The company is also a member of the European Outdoor Conservation Association (EOCA).