Specifically, delightful bags that make life easier and more enjoyable. Their goal is to make every bag you need for your daily routines. They hope you look and feel your best when carrying a Baggu. BAGGU started in 2007 because they wanted a reusable bag that was functional, affordable and nice-looking. They couldn’t find one, so they decided to make it. The result was the Standard Baggu: based on the construction of a plastic shopping bag, made from lightweight ripstop nylon, and built to hold 2-3 times as much as a disposable grocery bag. Today, they make many different types of bags. Each style they add has been carefully considered, and is always inspired by what they need and want to use in our everyday lives. BAGGU is now a team of 50 and actively growing. Their original creative team still leads the company, and they design everything, including their original prints, in their sun-filled San Francisco studio.
MADE IN CHINA
BASED IN US AND SHIPPING: INTERNATIONAL
Their products are ethically manufactured in China, where they have long standing relationships with our ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 140001 certified manufacturers. Manufacturing facilities are audited yearly by an independent third party to ensure they are upholding standards of occupational health and safety, and humane work hours and wages are enforced.
They use Ripstop Nylon that is made with 40% recycled material produced from pre-consumer waste. Nearly all of their cotton canvas bags are made from 65% recycled cotton made from pre-consumer waste recovered during the creation of other cotton products.
They work with American Textile Recycling Service (ATRS) to recycle, repurpose or reuse their used bags. You cand do that by dropping bag off at their store or sending it back to the brand.
All paper materials that accompany their products are recyclable. All hang-tag strings are made from 100% cotton and the polybags thier products ship in are all biodegradable.
They use environmentally responsible dyes that are fully absorbed by the material during production, minimizing runoff.