Our mission is to help replace single-use plastic without sacrificing style! We are committed to manufacturing our products using only polyester made from 100% recycled plastic, to help not only reduce plastic waste, but to remove it from the environment as well. We design our product line of fashionable, high-quality, and convenient bags & accessories to make it easy to reduce your consumption of single-use plastic.
We believe financial success and a positive environmental impact should coexist
We exist to design, manufacture, and sell beautiful bags that inspire consumers to live more sustainably without giving up their sense of style
Support for Women
We are a woman-owned business, manufacture our products in a woman-owned factory in Jordan, and contribute a portion of Pure Sage profits to supporting female entrepreneurship in under-resourced communities
The manufacturing process for polyester has a huge negative impact on the environment. It wastes massive amounts of energy and is responsible for polluting wastewater with microplastics, chemicals, and other toxic materials.
Despite this, it can’t be denied that polyester makes a great fabric. It is durable, washable, and easy to print or dye a wide range of colors. For companies like Pure Sage that are environmentally conscious, there’s an eco-friendly alternative that comes with all the same advantages of virgin polyester. It’s called rPET, or recycled polyester.
Recycling plastic bottles into polyester consumes 33% to 53% less than manufacturing virgin polyester, while having the additional environmental impact of removing waste from our oceans and landfills.
Pure Sage's Commitment
Pure Sage is committed to using only 100% post-consumer recycled polyester (rPET) to manufacture all of our reusable bags and accessories. Our products are machine washable and built to last. And, when you consider that just one bag can replace up to 500 single-use plastic bags every single year, you can appreciate the significant impact your purchase will have on our planet.
Did You Know?
The free bag with purchase that you are offered at your favorite retail or grocery stores, whether made from nylon, polypropylene or even cotton, are not really “green” or eco-friendly at all and have a much higher environmental impact than you realize.