Cotton sailor bag Oregon

Oregon cotton premium rucksack. Open main compartment with cotton drawstring closure. 100 g/m² Cotton.

  • Product Dimensions: 33 x 44 cm
  • Weight: 56 g

Your brand in plain sight

If you are looking for a practical everyday item with high promotional potential, the Oregon cotton bag is the answer. It is small (33x44 cm) and light (56 g), making it easy to carry yet still spacious enough to fit several items inside. Plus, the drawstring fastening and handles for wear on your back make it convenient to use.

You can display your logo or message on a large area on the front of the bag with a choice of customisation options available. The area measures 230x320 mm, so your brand will be highly visible on your customers', employees' and business partners' backs. The printing technique used is one- or two-colour screen printing. For both colours you can select your own custom colour or choose one of the 11 options available for the first colour or the 10 available for the second colour (which is optional).

When it comes to the colour of the bag itself, there are eight options available: natural white, black, white, royal blue, red, navy blue, orange or apple green.

Practical applications

The Oregon bag can be used to carry a number of items, such as spare shoes for workouts or your lunch box. It is also an ideal branded gift for your clothing business, as your customers and employees will have a practical bag in which to carry their clothes. Plus, as it is so practical, the bag is convenient and useful in all kinds of situations: you can distribute it at events so that new customers remember you or to increase the loyalty of your existing customers.

Add branded products to the bag

You can go even further to meet your customers', employees' and business partners' needs by treating them to other useful products featuring your logo or message. The Oblong lunch box is handy for taking a packed lunch to work, as is the Oregon drinks bottle. Alternatively, why not help your recipients keep track of their commitments with the Spectrum A6 Classic Notebook?