Would You Buy a Tree Bag?

Would You Buy a Tree Bag?

Fully biodegradable and entirely made of materials from trees, this tree bag is not only completely sustainable, but also comes with quality, elegance and beauty.
November 06, 2015 by Globeprime

This 100% climate neutral, 100% biodegradable and 0% waste tree bag is produced by reWrap, a Dutch brand committed to conscious design. They believe in the importance of creating a sustainable future and better, so this is what they do: a fully biodegradable bag. Sure it will be only biodegraded if you compost it. And the compost can be used as nutrient for nature. Made totally from nature and 100% returning to nature, the bag is definitely the most ecological bag you have ever seen.

The Tree Bag is not just 100% natural, it's also beautiful, strong yet lightweight. And it's totally water resistant. Of course, it's not as cheap as one might wish. However, I believe a lot of people who could afford it would be willing to pay a bit more for not contributing any waste to nature and support their idea of total sustainability.

Let's take a look of the meterials they use for this Tree Bag.

100% coconut fiber outside

The first reason why the Tree Bag is so strong and water resistant is the fibre they're using for the outside, which is from coconut husks pressed together with a bit of natural resin.

reWrap tree bag

100% natural rubber inside

The rubber they use is not industrial vulcanised rubber (which contribute a lot to pollution and sometimes smell so bad), but natural and sun-dried biodegradable rubber, which makes the bag water proof.

reWrap tree bag

100% walnut wood clasp & grip

The elegant handle and clasp are made from sustainably managed walnut wood.

reWrap tree bag

100% bee wax coating

Polished with bee wax, the wood of the bag is not only beautifully glazed, but also water resistant.

reWrap tree bag

100% wood pulp thread

Even the threads they sew the bag are made of natural wood pulp.

reWrap tree bag

At last, what's worth mentioning is that the bags are also 100% social production. They're all sewn together by people with a disability in Amsterdam. Would you consider buying one?