Find the Perfect Gift with the Sea Bags 2010 Holiday Favorites

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Sea Bags hand crafted bags and accessories made from recycled sails make unique and stylish gifts this holiday season for anyone on your list.

Sea Bags Holiday Favorites

Fashion-forward, eco-friendly, and hand-crafted in Maine; Sea Bags announces their annual holiday favorites for everyone on your gift list.

Made from recycled sails that have traveled around the world, Sea Bags totes and home accessories come in a variety of shapes, styles, and prices. From Wine bags for the holiday party hostess, coasters and placemats made from sail that are easy to clean (no ironing required!), to the ultimate Maine bag: a gold claw on their signature Large Tote- the Sea Bags holiday favorites provide the perfect gift for anyone.

This year’s holiday favorites include:

Holiday Stars or Plaid Coasters (Set of 4, $30)
Holiday Stars or Plaid Placemats (Set of 4, $40)
Stockings in Red Stripes or Green Stars ($40 each)
Wine Totes ($28 to $35 each)
Log Carrier ($35 each)
Green Star Medium Tote with signed copy of Linda Greenlaw’s newest book, Seaworthy ($95 each)
Gold Lobster Claw Large Tote ($180)

Sold globally, each of these special holiday items are hand crafted from recycled sails at Sea Bags on the working waterfront in Portland, Maine. Products can be purchased online at http://www.seabags.com.

About Sea Bags™
Sailed around the World, Recycled in Maine— Founded in 1999 and located on the working waterfront in Portland, Maine; Sea Bags™ specializes in the design and manufacture of hand crafted bags from recycled sails. Water resistant and robust, these resilient bags are stylish, functional and sustainable. Hand sewn in Maine and made exclusively from old sails, Sea Bags are enjoyed globally by professional and recreational boaters alike, fashionistas, corporations and beachgoers. For more information, go to http://www.seabags.com. Join Sea Bags on Facebook. Follow Sea Bags on Twitter: @SeaBagsMaine

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