The history of 727 Sailbags is that of a meeting. We - Anna Beyou, Jean-Baptiste Roger and Erwan Goullin, - make up a trio of artisan creators, partners since 2010 and united behind our brand. Sharing common values, fanatical about boats and lovers of the oceans, we share a real passion for design and a taste for beautiful objects. This passion drives us every step of the way to develop a range of products, all made based on a circular and responsible economic logic. In tune with our environment, and in close touch with the world's top yachtsmen, every single one of our recycled sail creations is made in the workshop adjacent to the 727 Sailbags Container Store, which is located in the heart of «Sailing Valley" in Lorient, Brittany.
…727 Sailbags, is a world apart. A world of stylish, practical, unique and timeless creations. Driven by a concern for detail, we put our craftsmanship and know-how into developing a benchmark brand, a hallmark for aesthetic and fashionable design. With top of the range quality, our products are made in the wide variety of shapes and materials offered by genoa, mainsail, gennaker or spinnaker sailcloth. Entirely hand sewn, they are designed to become essential basics! Life companions, where we blend the elegance of the "yachting attitude" with the dream of escape conveyed by the magic of the sea which has inspired us since the very first day.
Bags, clutch bags, interior decoration objects and clothes… At 727 Sailbags, we love finding new ideas to recycle our favourite materials in a thousand and one different ways. And combining Dacron®, carbon fibre or spinnaker sailcloth, with cotton, leather, or cashmere. Each item that leaves our workshop is unique- from the iconic Légende handbag, to the mythical AA Butterfly armchair, to the must-have polo shirt with its sailcloth yokes. The range also comprises limited collections. Ephemeral collections, signed in exceptional sails or born of our artistic encounters, which assert and renew our 727 Sailbags style.
727, this number alone conjures up the brand's unique world. In reference to the number printed on the sail of the family yacht of Jean-Baptiste Roger, one of the founders, in which the first bags were made, they initiated the culture of numbers on the yokes, which adorn most of the creations. A sign of the unshakeable links which link our brand to the world of sailing, regattas and ocean racing. Each 727 Sailbags creation is unique, as evidenced by the authentication label: what type of sail, on board what sailing vessel, with which skipper, in which seas, which oceans? We trace the maritime history of each item, combining authenticity and the latest trends.