Everything we do challenges the status quo by using business to instigate positive social and environmental change. Making beautiful bags just happens to be how we do it!

Founded back in 2015, two best friends set out with a mission to give talented craftsman a fighting chance to support themselves. It was Danny's travels through India, Nepal and Bali that made him determined to keep the families he'd met out of sweatshops. Kai's childhood in South Africa inspired him to bring social equity to his community. Fast forward, and Duffle&Co now proudly supports a family run workshop, over 20 craftsmen and women, and creates beneficial social & environmental change.

By choosing Duffle&Co, you're showing the world that you wear your values. You're casting a vote for craftsmanship over mass production, climate positive design and a future that envisions a cleaner planet.

With your help we support talented craftsmen and women in Bali, empower local communities, plant trees to restore biodiversity and wildlife populations, and offset our emissions by 120%.

We're using fashion as a force for good. So can you!

Our Values


At our family run workshop in Bali we employ talented craftsmen and women and help develop their skills so they can provide for both their families and communities. Learn more and meet our makers here.


Want to know why our leather's so darn good? We only use premium by-product leathers, locally sourced and carefully selected. No nasty toxic chemicals here! Oh and don't forget the pineapple leather! Get to know your bag, inside and out here.

Who are we?







Danny Pritchard - CEO and Co-Founder 

Previously a business lecturer, Danny is our vision guy in charge of business partnerships and production. After travelling around the world, Danny lived in Asia for four years before returning to Wellington. He’s passionate about businesses having a positive impact on the world, having witnessed first hand the damage they can do. 







Kai Daniel - CFO and Co-Founder

With a background in corporate finance and business improvement, Kai looks after company performance and investor relations. Equally committed to social enterprise, Kai is dedicated to improving financial literacy in communities around the world through the partnerships we create at Duffle&Co.







Emily Long - General Manager

Emily comes to us from the international fashion scene with a love for circular design, transparency and positive impact. With a wealth of experience under her belt working for both fast and slow fashion brands, she's your go to gal for all things marketing, retail and customer facing! Passionate about conservation and a bit of a water baby, when she's not at her laptop you'll find her by the coast.  







Prema - Production & Design Lead

At only 19 years old, Prema showcases the same creative talent as those double his age. As an aspiring fashion designer, Prema chose to learn pattern making and sewing instead of going directly to uni after high school. At Duffle&Co Prema helps manage the production process at the workshop in Bali, as well as designing a few of our pieces. 

Environmental impact

We are committed to making our products as beneficial for the planet as possible. This means we're always on the lookout for the best natural materials, and are constantly improving our production processes, so that each piece we make has a positive impact. As part of this process, in 2018 we partnered with Eden Reforestation Projects Indonesia. This is just the start! 

Climate Positive - reversing our carbon emissions

What does Climate Positive mean? We believe that everything we produce should have a positive impact, because our future is too valuable to gamble with. To us, this meant we had to not only reduce, but remove any carbon emissions we created. Learn more about this journey and how we're certified Climate Positive here.

Eden Reforestation Projects Indonesia - planting trees to restore biodiversity

Made up of over 17,000 islands, Indonesia is one of the most biodiverse regions on the planet. Among these islands, there are 135 threatened mammal species, including the endangered Sumatran Tiger, Orangutans, the Javan Rhinoceros and Sumatran Elephants. These islands also make up 25% of global fish populations.

To help protect the home of our Balinese craftsmen, we work with Eden Reforestation Projects Indonesia to restore, replant and protect these vital ecosystems. Prone to environmental disasters, mangrove restoration on these islands is essential to reduce the effects of flooding, tsunami's and soil erosion. This is why for each item you buy, we'll plant 5 mangrove trees.

Stock Us 

Interested in stocking Duffle&Co in your store or online? Want to replace your plastic or paper bags with reusable ones? To have a chat with us and learn more, check out our Stock Us page here.

In need of Corporate Gifting? 

Did you know we can also create bespoke, branded gifts for your business? The products that you choose for your clients and staff say something about your brand. They are a walking marketing tool! It's never been more important to make sure your choices are shouting about something good. Learn how we can help here.