Pufferfish Bag "LoveCraft"
Mermaid Protector Fish Skin Pufferfish Bags are sustainable and neoprene-free light weight bags. As you can imagine, the designs are inspired by the beauty of the under water world and its creatures. The Pufferfish Bags got their name from the famous Pufferfish. They are made of the same quick-drying material as our water sports and outdoor apparel. They are perfect for all kind of sports and trevelling. The funny and puffy designs with the bright colors are outstanding!
We only use high-quality zippers for the multifunctional bags. Our Pufferfish Bags have practical inside and outside pockets for your goodies. You can order them to match your wetsuit or bravely mix the colorful designs together. They designs are unisex and can be shared with the whole family. The high-quality fabric with its 3 layers is particularly robust to meet your individual needs and to store your goods best. The outer layer is a recycled polyester fabric with a water-repellent coating (FREON FREE). The middle layer is a breathable membrane. The inner layer is an ultra-soft microfiber fleece. You will definitely stand out with the chic designs..
Made in Europe:
Outer layer: 92% recycled polyester, 8% spandex, water-repellent (FREON FREE) coating
Middle layer: TPU membrane 280 g/sm
Inner layer: 85% recycled polyester, 15% spandex fleece
Lenght: 60 cm – Hight: 27 cm – Width: 27 cm
Further special features of our Pufferfish Bags:
• quick drying
• unique designs
• mashine wash at 30°C without softener
• digital printed long-lasting and vibrant colors
• light weight (approx 1,2 kg / 2,6 lb)
• odor resistant
• recyclable !
The octopus appears like a bizarre creature from another planet. Its intelligence and sensitivity is really impressive. With eight, or sometimes ten, arms, three hearts and a brain that really is spread all over its body, an octopus can change their body colors and their patterns to adapt to the environment. We all are fascinated by this animal. The American writer H. P. Lovecraft introduced a fictional character in the form of an octopus in his epic book "The Cthulhu”. This colorful design is named after him. We love octopuses, admiring them alive and fascinating under the water but not dead on a plate.