Canvas Beach Bag -Supersize

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AGB-911-14

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***We Manufacture The Quality As America Deserves***

Our Prices are Best in the World Market.

THE WHOLESALE ORDER REQUIRE MINIMUM 120 BAGS (ONE CARTON)

* Both Sides Print Included. Print area 8" wide X 7" height (One color).

* Avaiable colors: Green, Lime, Maroon, Red & Black.

* Bag Dimension: 21" wide X 17" height (Bottom Gusset 4.75").

* Heavy-Duty Canvas (7 oz.).

* Short and Long, Both Handles made of Heavy Duty Webbing.

* The Short Handle Loop is 9" and Long Handle Loop 26". 

* Load Capacity: 35 Lbs.

* Minimum lifetime 125 usages and load volume is 4 times more than a Plastic Bag.

* Washable.

* Low Shipping Cost (More volume, more UPS discount).

* For all Purpose use such as, for Grocery, Cloth, Traveling, Camping, Gymnasium,  Beach, Gift Wrap etc.

* We also offer CUSTOM PRINTED bags for only 120 bags as a minimum order for the wholesale price ($3.20/ea). This flat price for custom print is for any quantity from 120 to 3000 bags. No set up fee or any hidden cost for Custom Print. See the item AGB-911-11.

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