BUILT transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary. Their design team, headed by two of the founders, starts with everyday objects such as bottle totes, lunch bags, and laptop sleeves—then strips away the unnecessary and the expected. Drawing inspiration from the city that never sleeps - and the locals and visitors that inhabit our Soho neighborhood - they apply color and pattern liberally to everything they produce. Their solid roots in the tradition of American industrial design guide them in the belief that form is as important as function, and color is the glue that binds them together. The results from this unusual foundation are original and stylish products that meet the demands of life in perpetual motion.
32 Ounce Tote
Whether you’re running a marathon or racing to the departure gate, this bottle holder guarantees that your liquid of choice is always by your side. Attach it to your tote or backpack, or use the side handle to carry it—either way, you’re good to go.
UP TO A 32OZ. BOTTLE UP TO 4 HOURS DEPENDING ON EXTERNAL TEMPERATURES
Currently available in Black.
Gourmet Getaway Lunch Tote
Bonnie and Clyde would have used the Gourmet Getaway Lunch Tote if it was around during Prohibition. It’s great for road trips, stakeouts, or any time you’re on the run and need provisions to keep you going. And unlike those brown bags, you’ll want to use this tote over and over again.
FOOD & DRINK FOR UP TO 4 HOURS DEPENDING ON EXTERNAL TEMPERATURES
Munchlers Lunch Bags
In BuiltNY's quest for a lunchbox that would captivate every kid, or kid at heart, they developed a concept that incorporates whimsical fun with practicality. They collaborated with the award-winning children’s book illustrator, Stephen Savage, to take on the project of creating zoo animals for the design of the lunchboxes. After all, what good is a lunchbox that doesn’t look good?
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