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Legende Linen Handbag

$200.00
It was with him that 727 Sailbags were born. ​It is therefore the most iconic bag of the brand. A bag whose shape, colors and material have been thought for months.
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The Legend handbag is made from 100% recycled sails, linen and leather.

A certificate of origin has been sewn inside and tells the story behind the sails.

  • Sails collected and recycled in France
  • 100% cotton lining 
  • Rope handles (recycled cotton straps for the Intrépide model)
  • Top zip closure
  • 1 zip and 2 slip interior pockets
  • 2 interior slip pockets for the Intrépide model
  • 2 small cord loops suspended inside the bag, one of which with a stainless steel snap hook
  • Steel eyelets
  • 727 Sailbags logo sewn with the iconic zigzag stitch

 

This product is made from a sail in dacron, that has cruised ! Dacron is a polyester fiber that is not very sensitive to ultraviolet rays and bad weather. Dacron sails are chosen for their resistance, to equip mainly dinghies and cruising boats.

In our workshop in Lorient, Brittany, we collect sails every day. Through these sails, singular stories of navigations. Each sail has its own story, and you can learn about it on the authentication sheet that you can find on most of our products. By giving a second life to the these sails, we commit for the preservation of the environment. To learn more about the different sails we upcycle, please read the segment about the life cycle of a sail.

 

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