Kit Agar Sunbeam Reusable Bag
Kit Agar Sunbeam Reusable Bag
Kit Agar Sunbeam Reusable Bag
Kit Agar Sunbeam Reusable Bag

    Kit Agar Sunbeam Reusable Bag


      British abstract artist Kit Agar. The Brighton-born, Brussels based artist's tantalising line drawings play with abstraction to explore ideas of beauty and femininity. 

      Her illustrations are both calming and uplifting in energy. Synonymous with feminine, ethereal forms Kit's poetic Picasso-esque illustrations really resonate with an eco mission!


      • 100% recycled & recyclable material shopping bag.
      • Made from 6 recycled plastic bottles destined for our oceans.
      • Water-resistant and lightweight.
      • Strong stitching to carry those heavy loads up to 20kg.
      • Large capacity fitting in 2-3 grocery bags of shopping.
      • Folds into the attached small pouch and can fit into a pocket or handbag.
      • Wide arms ensuring a comfortable fit around the shoulder.
      • Medium Reusable Bag - 39 x 64 x 17 cm (15 x 25 x 6.7 in).

      Machine-Wash at 30°C on a Delicate Setting (Spin Cycle Speed at 600-800 rpm). Please do not Tumble Dry

      100% recycled & recyclable material in all Kind Bags eliminating the need for single-use plastic bags. Vegan and cruelty free. High-quality, premium, strong material that is water-resistant and lightweight.

      There're so many different bags out in the market to choose from - from cotton, plastic, paper and more. There's of course a reason why we're going for 100% recycled RPET material.

      Unfortunately some "eco" bags are not actually ecological for the environment. Except for the plastic pollution in the ocean and landfill, plastic bags are actually the most environmentally-friendly option. Cotton and paper bags actually cost so much more energy to produce, and you need to reuse 7,000 to 20,000 times to have same cumulative environmental impact (water use, energy use, etc.) as a classic plastic bag (source: Denmark’s ministry of environment and food).

      So, we believe retrieving plastic waste before polluting the ocean or be stuck in landfill  for several hundred years, is a kinder option for our reusable bags