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Meet the Globs.

Mega Morph Ripstop Puff

= 20 Bottles


Primary Shift Mesh Void

= 4.3 Bottles


Primary Shift Ripstop Slice

= 4.6 Bottles


Mini Shift Mesh Marshmallow

= 4 Bottles


Primary Boom Ripstop Hyperlink

= 6.7 Bottles


Primary Boom Mesh Void

= 13 Bottles


Primary Flux Ripstop Puff

= 3 Bottles


Primary Flux Mesh Hyperlink

= 5.8 Bottles


Primary Morph Ripstop Puff

= 10 Bottles


Primary Crush Ripstop Dune

= 7 Bottles


Primary Merge Ripstop 3PK Void

= 31 Bottles


Primary Link Metal

Celebrating mindfulness and spontaneity as a form of self-expression, one little change at a time.

Every Glob is made from recycled polyester—that’s made from 100% post-consumer plastic bottles.

Each Glob can replace up to 500 single-use plastic bags in it's lifetime. We're on a mission to change the way we replace these repeat offenders by offering a solution that is finally functional, versatile and cute.

Every Glob bag comes with an attached pouch to be tucked into. It can be used as a pocket when in use—You’re welcome.

Our Responsibility

It’s no surprise that plastics are killing the earth. It’s why the entire Glob family is created from a recycled polyester, coming straight from plastic bottles. And it can be recycled again and again after it’s lived its life. We’re taking the bad things in the world and putting them to good use.

What's RPET?

Recycled PET is the reprocessing of waste PET bottles (like single-use plastic bottles) to produce materials that can be manufactured into various types of fabrics and plastic products like our Glob Bags)

The Plastic Problem

According to a report from the Gaurdian, an estimated 8.3 billion tons of plastic have been produced since the 1950s—that’s the equivalent to the weight of more than 800,000 eiffel towers. Any only 9% of it has been recycled.