Hinza ECO Small Lemon

Product Information

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

Different sizes & Colours in store 

The smaller version of the Hinza bag has surprisingly many uses. It 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.

The bag fits well into a bicycle basket. With an inner bag and cover as accessories, the bag is even more useful.

GREEN PLASTIC - Made from sugarcane-based bioplastic.

Size: H: 38.5 cm. L: 32 cm. W: 15 cm. Volume: 7.5 litres. Max weight: 10 kg. Material: Biobased plastic. Country of manufacture: Sweden

The large version of the Hinza bag was first made in the 1950s.

The iconic Hinza bag, a Swedish classic, was designed in 1950 by Perstorp AB, a Swedish plastic and chemical company. Shopping Bag 329 was its initial model, reimagined in the present day by Curt Christofferson, an employee of the company. For those looking for an eco-friendly option, the Green Plastic version of the bag is produced with renewable raw material sourced from sugar cane.

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$44.99
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$52.00
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Product Features

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

Different sizes & Colours in store 

The smaller version of the Hinza bag has surprisingly many uses. It 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.

The bag fits well into a bicycle basket. With an inner bag and cover as accessories, the bag is even more useful.

GREEN PLASTIC - Made from sugarcane-based bioplastic.

Size: H: 38.5 cm. L: 32 cm. W: 15 cm. Volume: 7.5 litres. Max weight: 10 kg. Material: Biobased plastic. Country of manufacture: Sweden

The large version of the Hinza bag was first made in the 1950s.

The iconic Hinza bag, a Swedish classic, was designed in 1950 by Perstorp AB, a Swedish plastic and chemical company. Shopping Bag 329 was its initial model, reimagined in the present day by Curt Christofferson, an employee of the company. For those looking for an eco-friendly option, the Green Plastic version of the bag is produced with renewable raw material sourced from sugar cane.

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