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Kula Bags Bridgewater Backpack - Brown

£38.00

These incredible bags from Kula are not only 100% vegan (Registered with the Vegan Society and PETA) but made from PAPER, yes PAPER, the lining is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles AND accredited by both the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) and Oeko-Tex. Now you know why I'm excited... 

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These incredible bags from Kula are not only 100% vegan but made from PAPER, yes PAPER, the lining is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles AND accredited by both the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) and Oeko-Tex. Now you know why I'm excited... 

This easy everyday backpack brings together classic and modern design with inspiration from the traditional American “grocery” bag. The Bridgewater includes a side zip which allows easy access into the main section of the bag. This bag also features a secure inside and back zipped pocket perfect for keeping valuable items safe while travelling (Both pockets are big enough to fit an iPhone Plus and Galaxy Plus).

WHY I LOVE THIS

  • Vegan Backpack - Registered with the Vegan Society and PETA.
  • Crafted from reinforced washable paper.
  • Showerproof and as strong/durable as a canvas bag.
  • Environmentally friendly.
  • Sustainably sourced.
  • Length: 37cm
  • Width: 26cm
  • Depth: 11cm

HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR KULA BAG

All our bags can be washed in typical home washing machines with the water temperature set to medium (about 40°C), using normal detergent (powder or liquid) without a fabric softener.

For bags with structural shape like the Salford Backpack, it is best to wash by hand to keep the bag in shape.

After washing, let the bag dry naturally but not under direct sun.

      A BAG MADE FROM PAPER?!

        "The full Kula collection is designed using Texon Vogue - a durable, practical and washable paper.

        The material is accredited by both the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) and Oeko-Tex.  The FSC is an international standard that ensures the material is sourced from responsibly managed forests that provide economic, environmental and social benefits. The Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification ensures that no harmful substances are used on the material.

        The lining on all new bags is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles. 54% fewer CO2 emissions are generated during the production of this material compared to virgin polyester. 

        Using these material ensures all our products are not only 100% vegan, but are also much more sustainable than other faux leather and vegan options. Kula are proud to be registered with the Vegan Society and PETA. We continue to try and design durable styles using eco-friendly materials in order decrease our environmental effect. Our aim is to create products that are functional, fashionable and sustainable."

            Why I Love This

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            About Kula Bags

            "Kula was founded in the Summer of 2019. Based in the U.K, we are committed to using sustainably sourced materials to develop eco-friendly accessories. We do not use leather or any other animal-based materials in any of our bags or backpacks.

            Our vegan friendly collection of backpacks use a reinforced paper material that is recognised by the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) as being sourced sustainably from responsibly managed forests. We understand the importance of our social responsibility and continue to explore new eco-friendly materials as we move forward in our journey to improving our products and decreasing our environmental footprint.

            Personal style should not come at the expense of personal values. Kula Bags are proud to be registered with the Vegan Society and PETA."

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