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Most sails are made of non-degradable synthetic fibers which usually end up in landfills. As one sail covers several dozen square metres, it is needless to say that they take up a lot of landfill space. Upcycling sails not only reduces textile waste, it also cuts down on the energy needed to source and fabricate new materials.


But best of all, sails make durable, practical and fashionable products.

Each product is based on the sails' characteristics, which means that both the design and  product are unique. One sail makes one collection, named after the boat they once sailed. The cloth is then handcut, washed and stiched together as SJØ bags.

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