City Handbag - Handmade of recycled fire hoses


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City Handbag - Handmade of recycled fire hoses


If you find yourself putting out fires at work every now and then, here's your bag. The City Handbag features an inside pocket for a 13-14'' laptop and two smaller pockets for your phone, keys, lip gloss and such.

You can close the bag with a zipper, and when you do, you don't have to worry about a shower of rain. The sides can be folded out if you need that extra space.

Like our other products, this bag is made of upcycled fire hoses. The yellow hoses are particularly light, which firefighters (and owners of this bag) really like. The black bits are made of gray fire hoses, turned inside out. The inside lining is made of textile leftovers.

The hand made bags feature markings and some wear and tear you'd expect used fire hoses to have. This way each bag is unique. Dimensions: 39 x 27 cm

Inspiration/Story Behind This Product

We thought it's rather silly that perfectly good material is wasted when firehoses reach their standard time of use, so we gave them new life. This has saved a good many animal skins, gallons of water, oil and other resources used for making bags.

Materials Used

Decommissioned fire hose

Product Attributes

Primary Material: Decommissioned fire hose

Size: 39 x 27 cm

Color: Yellow

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A) Free Worldwide Shipping

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Australia DHL): 7 days
UK (DHL): 4 days
All Europe (DHL): up to 2-5 days
Estonia (SmartPost): 1-2 days
Other (DHL): 7 days

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