Travel Pouch Set

10 Feb

Nesting set. Imprint on smallest pouch.

 

The Split Recycled 3pc Travel Pouch Set from PCNA is a simple, nesting travel kit, designed to hold some of the basics, whether you are traveling to the gym, or away for a few days.

“The Split Recycled 3pc Travel Pouch Set features pre-consumer recycled cotton. This 3 pc travel pouch set makes the perfect travel accessory and can help keep you organized on the go. These versatile pieces can hold toiletries, electronic cables, small articles of clothing, and so much more. Each pouch is a different size. LG: 18″H x 14″W. MD: 15″H x 12″W. SM: 10″H x 8.5″W. The two largest pouches are packed inside the smallest piece for shipping. Through a partnership with 1% For The Planet, one percent of sales of EcoSmart products will be donated to nonprofits dedicated to protecting the planet.”

As noted, these bags are made from pre-consumer cotton. So what is that? Pre-consumer is all the cutting, clippings, scraps, etc., that are the waste products of creating cotton goods in the first place. This is waste created at the factory level. So pre-consumer recycled cotton goods are made from cotton that would otherwise be going directly from production to garbage, without the consumer ever playing a part.

I like these items as a conference gift set, maybe as a leisure travel gift as well. Mainly because they are practical, and reusable. The imprint area is a good at 5″ x 5″, on a flat surface, so decoration is simple, via heat transfer, or event multi-color silk-screening. The bags are 70%-80% recycled content.

Not much more to them. Just a neat little recycled idea.

If you are interested in these products to promote your own business, or if you wish to see some samples, email info@proformagreen.com for information and pricing.

And as always, if you really want to do something sustainable, do not buy promotional products. All products are consumption at one level or another. So if you must buy, 1) Buy local (i.e. made in USA), 2) Buy useful, long lasting items, 3) Buy sustainable/recycled/recyclable products if possible.

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