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The 100lb Coal Bag

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The 100lb Coal Bag

Originally designed in 1920 to haul 100 lbs of coal and or dirt, and made in the USA, this virtually indestructible tote features a full open top and double thick-boxed bottom made of super-heavy #6 duck canvas.

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Originally designed in 1920 to haul 100 lbs of coal and or dirt, and made in the USA, this virtually indestructible tote features a full open top and double thick-boxed bottom made of super-heavy #6 duck canvas.

Story

Originally designed in 1920 to haul 100 lbs of coal and or dirt, this virtually indestructible tote features a full open top and double thick-boxed bottom made of super-heavy #6 duck canvas. It comes emblazoned with our signature "Everything Here is Wonderful" logo which is overlapped by double thick 1” web handles that loop to the base giving you a fortified grip (no matter what your cargo). We find these bags to be absolutely essential on any trip, job site, or campground. We keep one in the car at all times, and even one in the bedroom as a laundry hamper (it stands up and open on its own free will).

Specs
  • 24"w x 17"h x 7"d
  • Double thick 1" web handles
  • 1 internal pocket
  • Full open top
  • Double thick-boxed bottom
Materials
  • Super-heavy #6 duck canvas
Origin
  • Made in the USA
Care
  • Natural Canvas is not preshrunk, Black Canvas is preshrunk
  • Spot Cleaning as needed
Notes

When planning our first tote there was only one company we could turn to. Established in 1921, Steele Canvas Basket are the most respected manufacturer of canvas baskets, bins, buggies, hampers, and canvas bags in the country. Their industrial strength products have long been the choice of armored car companies, carpenters, and construction workers, and now we're especially excited to offer this same quality and craftsmanship to Best Made customers.

In The Field

Patagonia, Argentina. Spring, 2014. Photo by Nate Bressler.