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Lightweight, waterproof, reusable, affordable. We adore this assortment of 5 environmentally friendly (and totally groovy) Envirosax bags - rolled up in a carrying pouch small enough to stow into a glove box or a handbag. With reinforced seams, each surprisingly large bag holds the equivalent weight of 2 supermarket plastic bags. And... they're really, really cute!! Size: 19.5" x 16.5"
| ||Dubbed the best value reusable bag on the market by the Wall Street Journal, and seen carried by the likes of Cameron Diaz and Kyra Sedgwick, Envirosax have revolutionized shopping bags with the perfect combination of eco-friendliness, style, and practicality. |
Envirosax, the original reusable designer shopping bags, are a funky and practical way to do your part to help the environment by reducing the ecological impact of single-use plastic bag waste whilst looking stylish at the same time.
A single Envirosax rolls up to be about the size of a piece of sushi and weighs only 1.4oz (about 40g). Singularly or in a pouch the bags are small enough and light enough to fit easily in your glove box, pocket or purse, so forgetting your green bags won’t be a problem anymore.
The graphic series bags roll out to be 19.5” by 16.5” (49.5cm by 41.9cm), and can safely hold about 44lbs (20kg) thanks to the strong polyester fabric and reinforced seams. The bags are waterproof, and the inks used on the bags (in a range of rich solid colors and attractive patterns) won’t run when the bag is washed.
Belinda and Mark David-Tooze, a couple committed to sustainable living and minimizing human environmental impacts, founded Envirosax in 2004. This commitment is evident in their own lifestyle, as well as their clever bag design. The David-Toozes live off the grid, using photovoltaic cells for their electricity needs, water collected from rain-tanks, and they grow their own organic fruit and vegetables on their rainforest property.
Proceeds from Envirosax are used to support conservation groups such as the Australian Marine Conservation Society, the Surfrider Foundation and the Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand.
I keep these in my car for grocery shopping. They are prefect...not too big or too small. I found they are the right size for holding groceries. They are sturdy and durable.Published on February 8, 2013 by Amazon Customer
These bags are great! They hold a lot of groceries - way more than the average plastic grocery bags - and they are very strong. I would definitely recommend these bags.Published on August 7, 2009 by Shannon W. Bothof
I bought these bags to replace the reusable ones from the grocery store. The bags are big and easy to carry over your shoulder. I use maybe three for a weeks worth of groceries. Read morePublished on July 4, 2009 by M. Henning
LOVE these bags and can't imagine life without them (you can rip them from my dying hands!).
I received a pack as a gift a few years back and find that I use them almost... Read more
The only complaint I have is that the advertised designs for the bags in this set did not match what I received and I did a lot of search to make sure I had the correct designs. Read morePublished on May 10, 2009 by S. G. Lee
These are very sturdy, easy bags to use - and because they fit in a bag so well they're always there when you need them.Published on April 2, 2009 by handymom
i did a lot of research before buying (OK, registering for! it was a birthday gift!) a reusable shopping tote, and i am really happy with the envirosax. Read morePublished on February 5, 2009 by marjorie ingall
Had originally bought one of these in a boutique a few years ago before they got big and have been using it and realized I needed more so bought this group... Read morePublished on February 5, 2009 by C. Rodriguez
We have a few canvas bags we use when grocery shopping in order to be a little more environmentally conscious and also because the plastic bags you get at a grocery store are not... Read morePublished on January 21, 2009 by C. Rogers