This handy beach bag eschews the traditional tote by offering a special flap that removes unwanted sand. How?
You see, the bottom of the bag features a mesh/netting interior base that allows collected sand to passed into a reservoir And that reservoir can be emptied simply by releasing the flap. And while it probably doesn’t remove 100% of the “stored” sand, it should mean that you’ll leave more sand at the beach than you’ll bring home.
The bag itself, which is available on Quirky and sells for $90, includes a variety of pockets, cotton straps and a coated canvas to repel water.
It looks like they’ve got plans for a back pack and few other bags.
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