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Baggu Recycled Nylon Cooler Bag

$39.90 Non-Member
$35.91 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
Online Only

Baggu Recycled Nylon Cooler Bag

$39.90 Non-Member
$35.91 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Tamarind Mix

Size:  Small

Item# 16977-165819 In Stock
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Keep your lunch, snacks or a six pack of beer or soda cool and intact when you head to the office, beach, park or camping site with this puffy, insulated bag from Baggu. Like all of Baggu’s designs, this cooler bag is made from post-consumer recycled material—in this case, 100% ripstop nylon and PET polyfill.  The long strap on the larger bag allows you to wear the bag crossbody, leaving your hands free for other items, such as a beach umbrella or a folding chair.

Features of the Baggu Recycled Nylon Cooler Bag include:

  • Made from recycled ripstop nylon (exterior) and recycled PET polyfill.
  • Materials have passed Global Recycled Standard Certification. 
  • Zip closure.
  • Great sustainable solution for taking your lunch to work or cool drinks to the beach or park.
  • Does not include an ice bag.
  • Recycled packaging made from 100% recycled paper stock.
  • Spot clean.
  • Designer
    Emily Sugihara and Ellen Van Der Laan
  • Size
    Small: 7h x 8.5w x 6.25"d
    Large: 9h x 11.75w x 9.5"d, handle: 13"l, shoulder strap: 49.25"l
  • Material
    Recycled Ripstop Nylon Exterior, Polyester Interior, Recycled PET Polyfill
  • Year of Design
  • Origin
  • This item cannot be shipped outside of the contiguous U.S.
  • If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return merchandise within 90 days for a refund in the form of original payment. Learn More.

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