Part 24 in an ongoing series highlighting Northeast-based gear companies. Peterboro Basket Company uses white ash harvested in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont to produce a vast array of baskets designed to meet nearly every basket need you can imagine, and then some.
From an outdoor gear (and cycling enthusiast's) perspective, I particularly like their equally classic line of bicycle baskets—including the large size (pictured)—which have proven to be one of the company's best-selling categories since it was introduced two years ago.
Peterboro baskets are handcrafted and made to order at the company's factory in Peterborough, yet they remain very reasonably priced given their local sourcing and workmanship, with many styles falling in the $30 to $60 range.
You can buy Peterboro baskets directly from the company web site, or visit the factory outlet store in Peterborough.
To learn more about how the baskets are made, check out this video:
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