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College bag upcycled cement Greenery

€59,00 Incl. tax
Article number: 28201-S-GR
Availability: In stock
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College Bag in Green Shah cement bags Greenery 

The used2b upcycled cement college bags are bound to draw attention. Inside it has plenty of pockets to effortlessly organize all your school needs. Features an interior zip and elasticized wall pockets for wallet, purse, pencils etc. Three quick access front pockets keep the things you use the most close at hand. A “secret” zipper pocket on the back allows you to hide your valuables in a secure place.

Easily storing and organizing all school essentials with this eco-friendly upcycled messenger school bag.

  • Size: 40 x 29 x 15cm
  • 18 liters
  • Three outside zipper pockets
  • One inside zipper pocket
  • Three inside slip pockets for Colleges, wallet, keys etc.
  • Removable and adjustable extra long shoulder strap, as well as dual carry straps
  • Material: woven polypropylene cement bags
  • Handmade in Bangladesh by an NGO with fair trade approach to production.

Dutch company used2b has created a series of urban bags made out of industrial waste items such as discarded cement packaging, recycled tea sacks, inner car tubes, life jackets and seat belts. Wanting to give a second life to these products, the outcome is a durable carrier for daily needs,  designed for on-the-go living with side pockets and secure zips integrated into them. The durability and robust appearance of these raw materials do extremely well in their new environment.

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