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Reiter8 recycled sail bags make the perfect gift for sailors and landlubbers alike. This is a great tote to take the the market and wide enough to tote your laptop.

All Reiter8 bags start with a carefully chosen piece of sail that is cut and cleaned. This recycled sail tote features an authentic (came on the sail) black number 9 (or 6) with it's original white zig zag stitching by the sail loft that made the sail.

This sail bag is fully lined with bright green organic cotton twill. Bright green trim finishes the inside pocket which is divided into 3 sections with contrast stitching and is the perfect size for keeping all your small stuff organized and accessible.

The 26” black nylon webbing strap is long enough to wear over the shoulder and short enough to tote. I sew with reinforced thread which creates strength in every seam.

Dimensions: approx 14.5 x 15 with a 3" deep box bottom. My MacBook Pro fits perfectly!

Cleaning instructions: Machine wash COLD, line dry. Spot clean as necessary.

Reiter8 now ships domestic orders via UPS Carbon Neutral Ground Service to the 48 contiguous states.

Please see additional colors and styles here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/reiter8?section_id=5146748 or convo me for a custom order.

Learn more about Reiter8 in Etsy's handmade video portrait: http://www.etsy.com/storque/handmade-life/handmade-portraits-reiter8-1610/

Upcycled Sail Cloth Bag - Black Number 9 or 6

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: dacron, sail, recycled sail cloth, organic cotton, trim, webbing, canvas
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 467 reviews
  • Favorited by: 59 people