Duffle bags are also called Drawstring bags, Back Packs and Sports Bags. These bags are available with a polypropylene or cotton rope handle, which is threaded through the top fold and the eyelet at the bottom.
Eyelets used to secure both the bag and rope are available in a range of colours; allowing you to match with the printing or bag colour
The price for plastic duffle bags will vary depending upon the size, thickness, colours, and printing requirements.
Printed duffle bags are light and versatile and suitable for a wide range of purposes. They are printable with up to eight spot colours or with full colour (CMYK). Duffle bags are increasingly popular within sports and shoe retail outlets as well as schools, universities and race event organisers.
Plastic duffle bags are lightweight, very trendy and an alternative carrier bag that appeals to all. The polypropylene cord allows the bag to be carried over the shoulder or with two cords as a back pack. These are re-used again and again so therefore brand exposure is fully maximised.
Printed duffle bags are fitted with a rope handle that is threaded through a seam at the top of the bag and secured at the bottom with a metal eyelet. This makes them extremely robust and hard wearing. These bags are also known as sports bags, backpacks and drawstring bags.
Plastic bags are available in HDPE (High Density Polythene), LDPE (Low Density Polythene), MDPE (Medium Density Polythene). These films can be made out of conventional or biodegradable polyethylene.
When biodegradable polythene manufactured, an additive is mixed with the master batch during production that helps degrades polythene over a period of time. The additive firstly starts to degrade the polythene under the influence of heat and light after a certain period of time, technically the degrading time can start from date of production of bags in the factory.
Due to the bags being stored in boxes, and usually store rooms, the process of degrading continues in landfill i.e. in the soil. Once the polythene has been exposed to ultraviolet light the degradation reaction is accelerated by heat from the soil. This then breaks down the polythene transforming it into a fine powder and then biological degradation starts.
As long as these bags are stored in a cold space, they should be fine to store for up to about three years. After three years there will be a slight discoloration of the bag.
Once the bag is in landfill it can take between 18 -24 months to degrade depending on heat in the soil and also the thickness of the polythene.
Our minimum order quantity for this type of bags is 1000pcs contact : Smart Carrier Bags