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Sail Fabric Duffel Bag

How many out there would be interested in bags made out of high tech sail material. this is brand new material not recycled from old sails. To mine I added our boat logo on insigna cloth. its 12" round and 27" long with shoulder strap.



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Cost?

What be the cost of the bag with and without custom graphic?
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I would say $45 without the graphic and $55 with it, provided i get the graphic in a quality form so i can print it. And the price can vary on size if you want something bigger or smaller or diffrent style. Hard to tell in the picture but there is a exterior velcro pocket where the logo is. I like the custom stuff so if people have ideas for strap and zipper colors and stuff let me know. the fabric i can get like you see (pentax) and i can get a yellow high tech fabic i will post some pictures of that once i take some.

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I LIKE it!

I'd be interested in one; a tad bit smaller and with a pocket on the end vor my hand held VHF. Also interested to know how much.
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Quickstep I sent you a PM so we can talk about specfic size and what you are looking for.
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PM me as well, I'd be interested.

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Scott...are you doing this at cost as a service/hobby to members or looking to make a profit? Our rules here say no commercial solicitation.

No longer posting. Reach me by PM!
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service/hobby if i make anything in the end it would be $5 to cover my gas to pick up the zippers and stuff. Hope I am ok and not breaking the rules.
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Here are some more pictures of the 2nd bag I made, this one with a mix of high tech fabrics.





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