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SeaSack – A Beach Chair Backpack
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SeaSack – A Beach Chair Backpack

SeaSack is a beach bag/backpack that makes lugging and storing awkward, sandy beach gear quick, clean and painless. Thanks to the amazing people at Soles4Souls, for every SeaSack they sell, a brand-new pair of shoes is shipped to someone in need, around the globe. SeaSack has been created to help people enjoy the beach without the hassle. SeaSack is built to carry your beach chairs, towels, and blankets comfortably in its huge main compartment. There are oversized zip pouches on either side for your lotions, books, beach toys, snorkel gear- anything else you might want to bring with you. This frees up your hands to carry your cooler, rally your children or just enjoy a leisurely hands-free stroll to the waterline. It’s made of durable, water-resistant polyester and features a thick half-inch of padding to give it a pleasant, weightless feel when you’re wearing it.

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Ashley Timms
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4 (XL) or 3 (Regular) standard-size beach chairs and 3+ towels/blankets
1680-denier polyester
Weight Capacity
60 pounds
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