Pilot Dopp Kit & Toiletry Bag - Choose your VFR Terminal Area Chart

Designed by a pilot specifically for the aviator in the family.  Manufactured from Recycled EcoPak fabric made from post-consumer recycled water bottles.  This dopp kit is designed to handle the outdoors without harming the environment. Makes a great gift for pilots.

See also our related listing for VFR Sectional Charts.

Make it yours.  You can customize this product by selecting from the drop down menu the FAA VFR Terminal Area Chart (TAC) that you would like printed on your toiletry kit.

Anchorage-Fairbanks

Atlanta

Baltimore-Washington

Boston

Charlotte

Chicago

Cincinnati

Cleveland

Dallas-Ft Worth

Denver-Colorado Springs

Detroit

Houston

Kansas City

Las Vegas

Los Angeles

Memphis

Miami

Minneapolis-St Paul

New Orleans

New York

Philadelphia

Phoenix

Pittsburgh

Puerto Rico-Virgin Islands

St Louis

Salt Lake City

San Diego

San Francisco

Seattle-Portland

Tampa-Orlando

 

 

 

 

Each yard of recycled fabric saves over one pound of CO2, compared to virgin fabric and upcycles about 20 plastic water bottles.  

  • Liner made from EcoPak recycled water bottles
  • Outside bag is digitally printed on waterproof EcoPak fabric made from recycled water bottles
  • Lightweight, packs easily.
  • Handle is made from recycled water bottles

Product Details

  • Capacity: Interior room for toiletries, shaving items, tooth brush and small travel accessories.
  • Dimensions: 9" L x 5" W x 4.5" D
  • Weight: Approximately 5 ounces
  • Zipper: YKK Natulon Coil, made from recycled water bottles
  • Fabrics: Repreve® Recycled Water Bottle Lining,  EcoPak made from Repreve® Recycled Water Bottle Outer
  • Thread: A&E ECO100 - 100% recycled textured polyester sewing thread.
  • This product is made from post-consumer recycled materials.
  • No DWR, VOC's or harmful coatings are added to this bag.  

All of our products are Made to Order in our sewing facility in Colorado.  

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