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Eco-Intelligent, Designer Lunch Gear

Prime - Kraft Lunch Bag M

C$19.95
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This brown paper bag is made from that tear-proof, leak resistant, tough and insulating material Tyvek which means that unlike the paper ones, it won't split in the rain or let its contents fall out of the bottom.

Plus, it has a velcro closure at the entrance so that once your goodies are inside you can fold and close it so it won't lose any heat - obviously it works the same the other way round so your fruit juice stays nice and chilled. This eco-friendly alternative is the "Smart Choice" for everyday lunch.

 

Details

Made from durable, weather-resistant and waterproof Tyvek material;

Recyclable and eco-friendly;

Velcro closure, fold flat storage, leak proof, and tear proof.

Size
33cm x 20cm x 12cm8.25" x 3.75" x 11.5".

Material
polyethylene (Tyvek), aluminium & EPE Foam.

Made in China.

 

 

 

 

 

The modern and fashionable large thermal craft lunch bag is made of DuPont ™ Tyvek. 

Tyvek is a material that is strong, lightweight, water repellent (Not waterproof) and breathable. It uses the high-density polyethylene material "Tyvex" originally developed by DuPont of America.

The craft food bag has an aluminum sheet on the inside to add thermal properties – helping to keep your lunch hot or cold.

 

MATERIALS & CARE

Material: Polyethylene, aluminum sheet, EPE FORM

Size:  H30 × W20 × D11cm

Care: Wipe with a damp cloth. Air dry.

 

 

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