Ocean Currents Tote
In the 1700s, sailors told stories of reaching the Caribbean Islands, a faraway and exotic destination to Europeans. As proof of visiting these lands of white sand and sapphire seas, adventurers returned with bottles or casks of Caribbean rum. This created a timeless bond between sailing and rum, particularly Mount Gay Rum, established in 1703. The ocean currents that carried these hearty sailors are captured on this tough tote made from recycled sails that have known the sea. The weather-resistant fabric and sturdy construction is set for any journey and ready go aboard. Red accents and logo connect the swirling waters to the heritage of Mount Gay Rum. Each tote is handcrafted in Maine with sustainably sourced materials from the USA. Every Ocean Currents Tote purchased funds the removal of two pounds of trash from the ocean and coastlines.
- In Partnership with Mount Gay Rum + Actor/Environmentalist Adrian Grenier
- Hand-spliced hemp rope handles
- Handles designed for hand-carry
- Machine wash, line dry
Handcrafted from recycled sail cloth on the working waterfront in Portland, Maine, USA