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Issue 30 · Montauk Mod · July 27, 2011

Accessories: Save the C in Denmark

Issue 30 · Montauk Mod · July 27, 2011

Leave it to the Scandinavians to come up with the sleekest bags made from reclaimed sails we've seen yet (Harri Koskinen of the Block Light is one of the designers). Established in 2008 in Hamari, where the River of Porvoo meets the Finnish Gulf, Save the C is Finland's first sail recycling program; the company collects used sails in cooperation with sail makers, yacht clubs, and sailors and fashions them into stylish bags and totes. Go to Save the C to see the full line and for ordering information.

Above: The Hanko Bag was designed by Harri Koskinen; €275 from Save the C.

Above: A Hanko Bag incorporating sail graphics; €275 from Save the C.

Above three photos: The Crew Bag comes in two sizes and is €275 for the medium and large sizes and €295 for the extra large size.



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