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Sail Away

Sail Away
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by in Sep 2006

Maine natives Hannah Kubiak and Beth Shissler have created an innovative recycling program — turning retired sails into hip tote bags. “We like the ones where you can taste the salt on the outside,” says Beth. Sea Bags, sewn in Portland, Maine, can weather rough handling, thanks to the extremely durable fabric and hand-spliced rope handles. This makes them a good carryall for the gym, the market, the beach, downtown, or around campus. $75-$110. 207-780-0744. seabags.com

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