Recycled Sails Get a Clever Makeover

Recycled Sails

A) You’ve been looking for a spacious, sturdy bag that can survive any trip and carry everything you need.
B) You’re a sucker for cool, innovative stuff and need to be the first to show off the latest hip gear.
C) You have an obsessive attachment to the sea and all things nauti .

If any of the above is true you’ll definitely want to check out these 360 Degree Sailcloth Bags.  Made from genuine recycled sailboat sails, these bags combine practicality and style with mega-durability (think: withstood the forces of nature). The retired sails are thoroughly washed, bleached and cleverly transformed into stylish bags. To ensure that the sailcloth bags are as durable as the sails themselves, they have been designed with sturdy straps and triple stitching. You even get your sail cloth bag’s high-seas “history”:  each bag is tagged inside with the type of sailing vessel it came from, the specific sail it was crafted out of, and even what sea it sailed. (More background than you’ll often get on your own boat!)

Jib 1, Baltic Sea

Sailing Ship, Jib 1, Baltic Sea

Beach Bag

Beach / Tote Bag

360 Degree offers two types of sailcloth bags. The Sailcloth Beach Bag is geared for outings on the boat or trips to the beach. It was designed with enough room for towels, sunscreen, and change of clothes. A smaller, zippered pocket inside the bag is convenient for holding smaller items such as sunglasses, cell phone, or hand-held gps. The sailcloth’s water resistant nature makes this bag perfect for any water activities.

Tender Bag

Tender Bag

The Sailcloth Tender Bag is similarly spacious, containing four inner pockets for smaller items, and has a shoulder strap to make it easy to carry anywhere. This bag is perfect for work, school, or any other place you want to show off your nauti-nature.

Each sailcloth bag has a large, randomized, single-digit number displayed on the exterior, making each bag unique. They are also machine washable, so you can basically drag them anywhere.

Get Your Own Sailcloth Bags Here: 360 Recycled Sailcloth Bags

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