Eco Tote Bag - Caramel Corn for Sol's Scorched Scouts
Eco Tote Bag - Caramel Corn for Sol's Scorched Scouts
Eco Tote Bag - Caramel Corn for Sol's Scorched Scouts
Eco Tote Bag - Caramel Corn for Sol's Scorched Scouts
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Eco Tote Bag - Caramel Corn for Sol's Scorched Scouts

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Evolve to a better bag for your goodies by selecting, naturally, this organic cotton tote bag. There’s more than enough room for groceries, books, and anything in between.

Design backstory:

The design is influenced by the first hi-resolution images taken by the Daniel K Inouye telescope on Hawaii's island of Maui showing the caramel corn-like Sun's surface as well as by the Parker Solar Probe and Solar Orbiter craft launched in 2018 and 2020 respectively. See blog post here

Spec:
• 100% certified organic cotton 3/1 twill
• Fabric weight: 8 oz/yd² (272 g/m²)
• Dimensions: 16″ x 14 ½″ x 5″
• Weight limit: 30lbs (13.6 kg)
• 1″ wide dual straps, 24.5″ length
• Open main compartment

Size guide

  ONE SIZE
Bag width (inches) 16
Bag height (inches) 14 ½
Bag depth (inches) 5
Strap length (inches) 24 1/2
Strap width (inches) 1
  ONE SIZE
Bag width (cm) 41
Bag height (cm) 37
Bag depth (cm) 13
Strap length (cm) 61
Strap width (cm) 3

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