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  • Country Living Magazine

    6/20/2017

    July/August Issue

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  • Maine Magazine

    6/18/2017

    July / 50 Mainers Issue

    "Beth Shissler envisions her company, Sea Bags, as part of a revolution to bring fashion productions back to Maine, which has a long history of cutting and sewing."

  • Northshore Magazine

    6/4/2017

    "It’s more than likely you’ve seen one of their items draped over someone’s shoulder and thought, “what a cute bag.” Despite your admiration, you may not have realized that each of these bags, created by Sea Bags, is very much a work of art. Made in Maine from recycled sails, each Sea Bag can’t help but come with its own seafaring history."

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  • Mainebiz

    5/29/2017

    "The company is in an expansion mode, with the Camden store being the ninth new location to open in the past two years."

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  • Camden Herald

    5/25/2017

    "The Camden location, with the store only a stones throw from the harbor, is a perfect spot for us. People can watch the ships sail past and know that those sails might some day have another life as a Sea Bags product after they’ve served out their life on the water," said Oakes.

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  • Downeast Magazine

    5/11/2017

    "But when Ford got wind of the Sea Bags Sail Trade Program — the cornerstone idea behind Maine retailer Sea Bags, which makes stylish totes and accessories from recycled sailcloth — he knew there was a better way to honor his boat and still hang onto a piece of it."

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  • The Mom Edit

    5/9/2017

    "I’ve been loving my Sea Bags tote made out of recycled sail cloth in Maine (you may have seen it in a recent insta post!) It’s incredibly durable and comes already broken in, so any smudges from sticky little fingers or sunscreen blends right in."

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