Clarice and Lyndon Ecuacion are just like you and I. They love going on adventures, exploring new terrains, hopping islands, and trekking mountains. And like them, their outdoor activities posed a real concern—keeping their gadgets safe ad dry from natural elements. Back then, dry bags were not yet a popular solution, so the couple looked into alternative yet effective ways to solve their backpacking woes. Lyndon then looked into recycling old tires since the material is known to be water-resistant.
Combining their thirst for adventure and love for nature, Clarice and Lyndon founded Siklo, a local brand that recycles old, worn out tires into cool bags that are made to withstand seawater, rain, and other natural elements. From an innovative solution to a strong advocacy in solving Earth's tire waste, the couple is out to win your hearts with their water-resistant and sturdy bags. You won't even believe they're made of old tires! Watch how they do it below: