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Based on the classic 1950s Swedish design, this tall bag model combines looks and practicality to become your new favourite everyday bag. Use it as a shopping bag, beach bag, picnic basket and for storage of all sorts of things. The list can be made much longer; there are probably as many Hinza bags as there are uses for them! This bag is made in Sweden of recycled plastic. The handles are made of biobased plastic sourced from sugar cane, a renewable raw material.

A practical little bag with elegant design - made from sugar cane in Sweden

The Hinza is perfect as a handbag, picnic basket and for smart storage in the home and office. The bag is durable, stable and easy to keep clean.

Material: Recycled Plastic The material is sourced from waste from a Danish Medtech company and the handles are made of biobased plastic sourced from sugar cane

Dimensions: 46.5x33.5x15cm/18.3x13x6"

Size/Capacity: 14L/14Q - 14KG/30lbs

Colour: Nougat

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$64.99
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$70.00
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$5.01 (8%)

Product Features

Based on the classic 1950s Swedish design, this tall bag model combines looks and practicality to become your new favourite everyday bag. Use it as a shopping bag, beach bag, picnic basket and for storage of all sorts of things. The list can be made much longer; there are probably as many Hinza bags as there are uses for them! This bag is made in Sweden of recycled plastic. The handles are made of biobased plastic sourced from sugar cane, a renewable raw material.

A practical little bag with elegant design - made from sugar cane in Sweden

The Hinza is perfect as a handbag, picnic basket and for smart storage in the home and office. The bag is durable, stable and easy to keep clean.

Material: Recycled Plastic The material is sourced from waste from a Danish Medtech company and the handles are made of biobased plastic sourced from sugar cane

Dimensions: 46.5x33.5x15cm/18.3x13x6"

Size/Capacity: 14L/14Q - 14KG/30lbs

Colour: Nougat

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