Envirosax Grows Its Sustainable Collection


Now that its hemp and linen designs are taking off, the Australia-based Envirosax is expanding its use of sustainable fabrics with a new collection of bamboo textile shopping totes.

Comprising 45 percent bamboo and 55 percent linen—and made under fair labor conditions in China—the 100 percent biodegradable carriers showcase the same mod aesthetic and tensile strength of its predecessors. Each bag folds into its own drawstring pouch for ease of storage, so you can keep one or two stowed away in your car's glove compartment or in your purse for future carrying needs. ::Envirosax


Top row: bamboo; bottom row: linen and organic hemp
Correction: A previous version of this post stated that Envirosax uses organic bamboo and hemp textiles. They do not. The post also transposed the percentages of bamboo and linen in the bags.

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