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Sea Bags Introduces Spring Collection


(Portland, Maine, January 11, 2017)-Sea Bags (, designers and manufacturers of handmade items from recycled sails is introducing its new spring collection that features colorful flags representing an international code sailors know all too well and a variety of marine life species. The collection illuminate’s ocean hues including washed indigo, seafoam green, and teal.

There are many great conversational recycled sail cloth pieces including the totes and wristlets in their Signal Flags, Sea Urchin, Scallop Shell, and Sea Turtle Medallion designs. Each product includes Sea Bags’ signature rope handle that is comfortable to the shoulder. These are the perfect products to take while shopping in a coastal town or traveling to the beach year-round.

“Our marine species collection is among our most popular so we thought the addition of Sea Urchin, Scallop, and Sea Turtle would be fun and perfect for lovers of marine life!” said Tara Knupp, Product Line Manager.

Sea Bags’ new Marine Life print shows a variety of sea life depicting life under the ocean. This print is featured on Sea Bags’ new Beachcomber Bucket. Families who enjoy the beach and finding the best seashells will love this bucket. The base of the bucket and four interior pockets are constructed of marine grade mesh to allow sand and water to escape so you don’t have to take the beach home with you, only the treasures. Beachgoers can organize their different seashells in the four pockets; one for small conch shells another for oyster shells!

The spring collection will be available January 15, 2018, except for the Sea Life Beachcomber Bucket which will be available March 26, 2018. For more information on the spring collection, please reach out to Kristan Vermeulen at

About Sea Bags:
Founded in 1999, Sea Bags started by making fun, functional and stylish totes from reclaimed sail cloth in the historic Old Port district of Portland, Maine. Today, the company makes a diverse line of totes, bags, and home goods, all featuring material from sails that were once actively used. The extensive use of reclaimed sail cloth is unique to Sea Bags. Signs of hard sailing can be seen in every Sea Bags creation, making them as individual and unique as their owner. To learn more about Sea Bags and the stories their sails tell, go to, visit them at 25 Custom House Wharf in Portland, Maine or at their retail stores in Freeport and Camden ME, Portsmouth NH; Newburyport, Rockport, Chatham, Mashpee, and Oak Bluffs, MA; Mystic, CT; Greenport, NY; Cape May, NJ.

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