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Octapodi Navy Holdall - Cherry

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PLEASE NOTE ALL ORDERS FOR SALTY BAG WILL BE PROCESSED FROM AUGUST 24. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.

Salty Bag makes hand-crafted travel goods by upcycling decommissioned sails into elegantly designed, reusable fashion accessories.

H 52 | W 27

- Upcycled polyester sailcloth
- Upcycled spinnaker nylon lining
- Two quick acces, outside pockets
- Reused inside key rope
- Brass fittings
- Natural rope handles

We decided to rethink and update the navy holdall by adding two pockets on the outside for your essentials, a rope for hanging keys on the inside. Designed to be at home from the city to the sea its combination of brass, natural fibre rope and upcycled sailcloth make it a simple sustainable solution for any days use.

Octapodia, octapus in Greek, is the name given to a few rocks south of Mykonos cling on the Aegean. Having sailed by these often forgotten rocks we liked to imagine a bag that clings on to you.

Every Salty Bag is unique. Please keep in mind that due to material variations actual products may differ from the ones displayed above.

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- This product ships internationally
- It is available and ships immediately
- Delivery in the next 3 business days.

Returns:
- Free Returns
- Refunds

MEET THE DESIGNER
Salty Bag
Salty Bag - Philosophy & Bio Salty Bags are made from used and decommissioned sails. Every Salty Bag speaks for itself, literally. Its story of life on the seas is written on a card in every Salty Bag. They are upcycled, and sustainably handcrafted in Corfu. Cryssa, Spiros and Stratis started Salty Bag in Corfu in ...

Salty Bag - Philosophy & Bio

Salty Bags are made from used and decommissioned sails.

Every Salty Bag speaks for itself, literally. Its story of life on the seas is written on a card in every Salty Bag. They are upcycled, and sustainably handcrafted in Corfu.

Cryssa, Spiros and Stratis started Salty Bag in Corfu in 2013.

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