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Bee Kind Shoulder Tote Bag

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  • Look great and spread awareness for our pollinating friends with this exclusive undyed natural cotton twill tote bag! A stylish way to carry your beach towel and accessories, books, groceries or anything else you might need!

    You will quickly discover that the shoulder-length handles of this this especially roomy and practical tote provide comfort with style in every situation.

    Bees are wonderful animals and play a very important role in our ecosystem.

    This tote bag is a subtle reminder to cherish and look after our cute and essential friends, because much of what we have depends on their survival. It's also the perfect fashion statement and a guaranteed conversation starter!

    When buying this tote, you are actively helping save the bees through our Bee Kind Program.

    Features

    • 100% Natural cotton twill - Gives vintage look and feeling
    • Cotton web handles -
    • Boxed corners -
    • Reinforced stitching on handles -

    Specifications

    Width: 7.01"
    Length: 14.01"
    Height: 15"
    Handle height: 6.71"
    Handle width: 1"

    We use Kornit Avalanche 1000 industrial DTG printers with 24 adjustable print heads and maximum of 1200dpi printing resolution securing excellent print quality for a big variety of materials.

    Each item is individually inspected several times during the pre-treatment and printing process. The last quality control is done before the item is fully packed prior to shipping.

  • On average, this tote is produced and shipped from our facility 2-3 business days after purchase. Standard shipping/transit times apply (1-7 days for all US orders and 4-15 days for international orders).

  • Dear Bees is committed to saving our pollinating friends by supporting organizations dedicated to bee conservation. That's why we proudly support the Xerces Society and their Bee City USA initiative.

    Bee City USA is a program which galvanizes communities to sustain pollinators (native, wild bees and honey bees) by providing them with healthy habitats, rich in a variety of native plants and free to nearly free of pesticides.