Square Cushion 50x50cm 727 Sailbags - Different Models

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Square cushions 50x50cm are made of recycled boat sails by 727 SAILBAGS

These cushions are entirely made in France.

Other models are available on our website. 

For conditions of delivery, please see below.


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These square cushions 50x50cm are made in France, in Brittany by 727 Sailbags. The canvas is made from real boat sails. Each cushion is made to become a unique piece.

There are many different models, and different numbers are sewn onto the sails using the iconic 727 Sailbags zigzag stitch.

Inside the cushion is a sewn-in authentication sheet telling the story of the sail.

The cover is entirely removable thanks to a zip. The filling is made of polyester fibre. The dimensions are 50x50cm. You can use these cushions both indoors and outdoors.

confection à la main

Other sizes and designs are available, you can order them on our website. You can make a great collection of cushions thanks to the different dimensions. Each canvas is carefully selected, recycled, then handmade in Brittany to extract the most beautiful piece.

The "beige" cushion has linen and leather inserts.

Cushion sold individually.

Each canvas is stamped with an authentication card that indicates the origin of the sail.

Products are delivered within 10 days for France (free delivery for France) and about 10 days abroad. Taxes and rates are calculated according to the country.

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727 SAILBAGS is a company located in Brittany born from the idea of giving a second life to boat sails. This is the story of a meeting between 3 sailing lovers Anna, Jean-Baptiste and Erwann who create high end furniture by sublimating recycled boat sails. Each handmade model becomes a unique masterpiece. 727 SAILBAGS selects the boat sails like a painter selects his canvas: each canvas is rigorously selected for its use and its design.

The approach is not only eco-friendly but also charitable. Some skippers have decided to support 727 Sailbags by committing to recycle their used boat sails and in some cases to donate the profits from the sales to the charity of their choice. The skippers involved are for example, Vincent Riou, Eric Peron, Armel Le Cléac'h, Marc Thiercelin, François Gabart and many others.


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