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  • Downeast Magazine


    "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


    "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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  • Mainebiz


    "Sea Bags, the Maine-based designer and manufacturer of handmade products from recycled sails, opened its 11th retail store in Oak Bluffs on Martha's Vineyard."

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  • WCSH6-TV


    "At a time when retailers are closing stories, Maine-based Sea Bags has been expanding at a rapid rate. The company has tripled its retail footprint in the past three years, and company CEO Don Oakes says he wants to triple it again."

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  • USA Today Green Living Magazine


    Spring/Summer 2017 Issue

    "Sea Bags, based in Portland, Maine, takes cast-off sails from around the worls and transforms them into jaunty totes, diaper bags, wine bags and wristlets"

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  • White Cabana


    "The tote is large, and it's going to be a great bag to bring to Floria this summer. It's also good for trips to the market and short getaways, too. The tote can fit a few towels, and it can certainly fit enough for an overnight trip"

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  • Mystic Knotwork


    "Sea Bags designs and manufactures nautical-themed totesaccessories and home decor from recycled boat sails on the working waterfront in Portland, Maine. The company has saved an estimated 500 tons of material from going into landfills since they started. Products are fun, functional, and stylish."

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  • Seacoast Online


    "Maker of products from recycled boat sails, Sea Bags is opening its latest store in Market Square."

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