Gallery: Sakku.Traveler is a Stylish Solar Bag Made from Recycled Sails...

 

If you love cruising along the city streets on your two-wheeler or charging along the sidewalks on foot, what better way to take advantage of the outdoors than with this super practical solar bag? Designed by Swiss company Sakku, the sakku.traveler is a stylish solar bag that not only stores energy from the sun to power up your favorite gadgets, but each bag has been made from recycled boat sails! Built to last, the choice material offers some signs of wear for a truly unique and vintage meets modern look. And to show that you’re definitely the proud owner of a one-of-a-kind piece, each bag has been numbered and labeled with the origin of the sail. If you’re loving this bag as much as we are, then good news — in our latest Back-to-School contest where we’re giving away a sakku-traveller stuffed full of eco-friendly school supplies (worth $600!) to one lucky winner! Enter to win here!

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  1. LAST CHANCE to Win a So... September 15, 2010 at 1:18 pm

    [...] got just the thing to brighten up those dreary fall days – a stunning solar-powered Sakku bag stuffed full of school supplies. But you’ll have to act fast – today is the last day to [...]

  2. BACK TO SCHOOL GIVEAWAY... September 4, 2010 at 12:31 pm

    [...] giving away a grand green back-to-school bundle to one lucky reader! Featuring a sweet new Sakku solar powered bag made from recycled sails (worth $450), we’ve packed this baby full of eco-friendly school supplies, including 7 awesome [...]

  3. SharonsRose13 September 3, 2010 at 7:17 pm

    I can see these as Earthquake Preparedness Bags! or Hiking survival Bags! Keep one in the trunk of the car as well! IT is roomy enough for essentials or great for taking electronics to the park/beach. Great Idea guys! :-)

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