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Piece of Jeans

Tube bag

Regular price € 129,95
Regular price Selling price € 129,95
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The Piece of Jeans tube bag is made from used jeans. Carry a versatile bag in your hand, shoulder or backpack. 

The bag has shorter handles for carrying in the hand and back, and a long strap for carrying on the shoulder. Thanks to its durable and inelastic straps, even a larger amount of goods can be carried in the bag. 

  • Piece of Jeans logo on the second page
  • Inside zip pocket for small items. The size of the pocket is 20cm x 15 cm.

You can choose a seamed style, leaving the seams of the pieces visible on the surface of the fabric. In the unseamed style, the seams are hidden.

Bag dimensions: 50 cm x 25 cm. The length of the brackets is 60 cm. The handles can be joined together with a velcro fastening. The length of the carrying strap is adjustable from 70 to 130 cm. 

Country of origin of the material: Finland

Country of manufacture: Poland (EU)

Why is this jeans product a greener option?

The production of a new fabric always consumes natural resources and the production of jeans consumes a particularly large amount of water, both in the cultivation of cotton and in the dyeing and washing of jeans. Recycling used jeans and extending their lifespan saves significant natural resources.

What about ethics?

The jeans bag is made of Finnish waste textile in Europe. In the EU taken care of legislation on adequate pay, occupational safety and working conditions.

Read More Piece of Jeans recycling method.

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In the pictures: Susanna Heinonen and Joni Sydänlammi. Behind the camera: Jussi Viljamaa.