Our new water bottle (and wine) bag in Poppy. Perfect for summer picnics, days at the beach, and all around exploring, our new water bottle holder is large enough to fit a full wine bottle or 25oz Swell Bottle. With glimmering gold hardware, our bottle holder is lined with an interior of soft, luxurious eco-suede (made from recycled plastic bottles) and organic cotton. Handcrafted locally and sustainably in Los Angeles. When not carrying a bottle, can also double as a cylinder bag for everyday items too.
- Adjustable cross body strap
- Gold tone hardware
- Fits full wine bottle or 25oz Swell Bottle
- Materials: Pinatex (made from pineapple leaves), Eco-suede (a high-performance, eco-friendly textile that's soft as suede and made from recycled plastic bottles), Organic cotton lining
- Dimensions: 10.25" L x 3.75" Diameter
- Made in Los Angeles, California
Piñatex is a new and extremely innovative, sustainable leather-alternative made from pineapple leaves, a by-product of the pineapple industry. Because it is a by-product waste material, no extra land, water, fertilizers or pesticides are required for its production.
Our premium Eco-suedes are made from post-industrial recycled polyester and post-consumer recycled plastic bottles, which help reduce plastic waste destined for landfills. This fabric is made using a pure recycling process and meets Oeko Tex Standard 100 certifications, which means it is free from organic solvents, odors, and environmental toxins such as formaldehyde, pesticides, chlorine, heavy metals, carcinogenic and allergy-inducing dyes.
Our organic cotton is GOTS certified and grown in a way that uses methods and materials that lessen the impact on our environment. A big effort in the organic cotton movement is to use growing systems that replenish and maintain soil fertility and build biologically diverse agriculture. Organic cotton is not treated with pesticides, insecticides, herbicides or Genetically Modified Organisms, all of which are toxins that are extremely harmful for farmers and workers, consumers, and entire wildlife eco systems.