Founded by a couple of nuts 2009 in Corvallis Oregon, NutSac, LLC makes cool, well-designed, American-made bags.
NutSac got it’s start designing and manufacturing bags for disc golf. We’ve gained a reputation for producing high quality, American made bags and excellent customer support. We love our customers.
NutSac was named because the founders realized that you’d have to be a little bit nuts to manufacture in America and compete against cheap, Asian products. You’d also have to be a bit nuts to try to source American-made materials. And you’d have to be really nuts to trust that your customers will value your commitment to fair business practices and quality design.
We’ve heard that some unscrupulous people make rude double-entendres on our name, but we disavow all such behavior.
Cool, well-designed, American-made bags for men.
At NutSac we’re leading the man-bag revolution. Our bags will change your life. Give us one week, and we guarantee you’ll love carrying an efficient bag vs. stuffing your pockets.
You’ll feel good about owning a NutSac. The man-bag revolution isn’t just about comfort and good sense, it’s also about our values. NutSac bags are made in America with U.S. made goods. We make a great bag at a fair price, a price that reflects the quality and effort that goes into our products.
We can do this together. Liberate our pockets, design awesome bags, provide American jobs, and change America. As our hero Red Green said in the Man’s Prayer, “I’m a man, but I can change, if I have to, I guess.”
- Manufacturing in America, and not using exploited labor.
- Using high quality materials and sewing.
- Designing the best products we are capable of producing.
- Supporting our customers.
Greg is the founding nut behind NutSac. A designer and entrepreneur, Greg believed that the modern entrepreneurship movement could support a new American manufacturing model, one based on collaboration, innovation, and mutual love and support.
Man of mystery, Matt David is the other nut behind NutSac. Matt left a promising career in the film industry to take the helm of NutSac’s marketing department.