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「reler」airbag blottle hung

「reler」airbag blottle hung

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A shoulder bag that was supposed to be discarded but was redesigned using an airbag

The size is just right for carrying a water bottle or plastic bottle, making it convenient for carrying the bare necessities when going out for a bit.

The bag is made from recycled nylon made from airbags from discarded cars that have been washed and dyed.

The nylon yarn used in airbags is called "66 nylon," which is characterized by its high mechanical strength, light weight, and high resistance to friction.

You can enjoy the unique feel of each piece, with uneven dyeing and original stitching remaining.

The strings are made of multi-cord from "project1000" and are knitted in India using leftover cut-and-sew fabric.

The cut and sew fabric stretches just enough, is soft and doesn't hurt your neck.

A sustainable item born from new values.

*As this is made from recycled materials, there may be individual differences.

Because these are made from recycled materials, there will inevitably be individual differences in texture, color, original stitching, and prints, but please enjoy them as individuality.

If you are interested, please feel free to contact us


W150mm x H300mm Strap length 90cm


100% nylon / 100% cotton



realize: Discover the various values ​​that support your daily life

Reduce the value of things that have outlived their usefulness and are being discarded

resource Utilizing resources to inject new value

rere seatbelt / air bag series

Number of scrapped vehicles in Japan: Approximately 4.5 million to 5 million per year

Fortunately, the airbag didn't deploy, but the seatbelt saved his life

These materials are difficult to process because of their strength, and it takes a lot of work to process them.

Currently, most of it is discarded without being reused.

Reuse and redesign seat belts and airbags

I hope to contribute even a little to efforts to reduce waste.

Also, because it is made from recycled materials, there will inevitably be individual differences in texture and color.

I hope you enjoy it as a unique piece.


This is a concrete action for one of India's SDG projects, "End Poverty."

The aim is to help poor women acquire skills and earn 1,000 rupees (approximately 1,700 yen) a day.

At the same time, we aim to improve the motivation of our employees, and we have achieved this.

They went through a two-month training program in product knowledge, design, technology, quality control, etc.

Those who have acquired this know-how can be involved in the production of products, and the products are 100% handmade.

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