FREITAG lab Messenger Bag

FREITAG lab Messenger Bag

My husband bought a Freitag bag at the gift store in the newly opened National Art Center, Tokyo. We saw it first at the 100% Design Fair in Tokyo early November and atually saw the 2 brothers who founded this company at their container exhibition. Very cool bag! Unique in material and great quality! Of course, love the concept of using recycled materials in our every day life!

  • These bags are made from 100% recycled rice & feed bags originally used for transporting various goods in Asia. They're super durable, and come in a variety of beautful colors. Perfect for everyday shopping!

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  • It seems like this eco-friendly world is coming at us from all sides these days! These re-usable Recycling Bags will make sorting your plastic, aluminum, paper, and other products so much easier and not to mention neater!

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  • I've been using reusuable bags to shop for the past year + and it feels great. Did you know the average American consumes 750 plastic bags a year? eek!

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