Rooster releases bag range made from upcycled sails

Rooster bag

Technical clothing watersports brand Rooster has launched a new bag range in collaboration with Sandy Point Watersports, a chandlery and watersports centre on Hayling Island, on the UK south coast.

The new limited-edition range, released in time for Christmas, is crafted from upcycled sails and Rooster rope offcuts. The collection spans a washbag, a large shoulder bag, and a small handy bag.

Rooster says that each bag in this collection is unique, due to the use of repurposed sails. A special label inside each bag allows customers to discover the story behind the sail used in their bag. The bags also boast a durable, water-resistant base, making them ideal for seaside adventures or everyday use.

Versatile carry straps/handles offer flexibility for carrying and hanging, and robust zipper closures are used throughout to ensure belongings stay safe and secure. A convenient envelope pocket on the inside provides space for small essentials like keys, earphones, or a mobile phone.

In a statement, Rooster says it ‘is excited to partner with Sandy Point Watersports and support a local business based on Hayling Island on the south coast of England.’

It adds: ‘Both brands share a passion for the sea and finding innovative ways to reduce waste, making this collaboration a perfect blend.’

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