Washington State Park Foundation LastBags - Wholesale

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A special collaboration for the 2024 season, these custom LastBags are some of the most practical totes you'll ever sell.

Developed in collaboration with the Washington State Park Foundation and local Artist Baylie Peplow we invite you to embark on a journey where each stitch and design weaves the essence of our diverse lands. Just as Washington features some of the most spectacular landscapes in the country, these bags are offered in a series that reflects and celebrates this incredible and rich heritage.

Your sale of these special edition LastBags also contribute to an important initiative of the Washington State Parks Foundation. A full 20% of your purchase is donated to support the Foundation’s mission to enhance state parks for every visitor, and to create a park system that welcomes all. Carry a piece of Washington's heritage while helping to restore and protect these natural treasures.

A couple of notes about this project:

  • These bags are currently only available through this program, to State Park Retailers, with 20% of the profits being donated back to the Foundation and a royalty given to the Artist. 
  • The bags wholesale for $26.95 and have an SRP of $49.
  • This is a pre-order program, with the first opportunity open until mid May, with your order arriving in June.
  • the next ordering opportunity will be 7/1/24.

We are excited to work with you to showcase the best of WA! 

Minimum Order 6 bags each colorway

Size, Style: 17" Shoulder Wholesale

Print: Evergreen

Developed in collaboration with Washington State Park Foundation, these LastBags feature prints that celebrate the diverse natural beauty of Washington State.

Cut and sewn from one-piece of durable & waterproof fabric, LastBags make grocery trips easier, keep sports gear contained and are simply just handy for the random chores of life. LastBags are known for their combination of good-looks, versatility, and for being tough as heck. The reinforced handles are easy to grab, snap together, and are more structured and comfortable to hold than traditional webbing handles. Our clever pattern design allows the bag to both stand for easy loading and fold flat for thin storage.

• 1.5" wide, fixed-length shoulder strap
• Padded, reinforced, snapping handle for comfortable hand carry
• Folds flat for easy storage
• Removable felt base provides structure
• Folded bottom design keeps out water
• Built from waterproof, 90lb tear strength industrial vinyl
• Useful Life Guarantee
• Made in Twisp, WA

17” LastBag
Size: 11"L x 7"W x 14"H
Volume: 17 liters
Weight: 14oz

Materials
18oz. Industrial vinyl, 1.5” nylon webbing, nylon thread, HDPE plastic, polyester felt, YKK metal hardware

Care
Wash with water, citrus or kitchen sprays, isopropyl alcohol works great for pen marks and deep stains. Fabric and base is bleach safe. Always let air dry.

Art by Baylie Peplow at Red Umbrella Designs. Baylie is an Illustrator and designer based here in the Methow Valley, WA. She creates illustrations for better living, inspired by nature. Baylie created these illustrations exclusively for this program, inspired by the story and mission to share and preserve the beauty of these special places.

Washington State Parks Foundation

MISSION: Our purpose is to ensure a vibrant and inclusive Washington State Parks system for generations to enjoy. 

Coastal

Lime Kiln Point State Park on beautiful San Juan Island is one of the best places in the world to watch orca from shore, and serves as the inspiration for the west coast’s Whale Trail of land-based viewpoints. Washington’s amazingly diverse and abundant species of marine mammals are celebrated by this adult orca.

Volcano

Mount St. Helens stands as a dramatic testament to Earth's power, its' summit a stark reminder of the 1980 eruption that reshaped the land. This dramatic story is told at the Mt. St. Helens Visitor Center operated by state parks, and this bag captures the beautiful view today, a symbol of recovery and rebirth marked by regenerating meadows.

Evergreen

Nothing says Pacific Northwest as much as an old growth conifer forest, and that’s why Washington is known as the Evergreen state. This bag pays a tribute to these giants and the last best examples of low-elevation old growth forests that are found in state parks such as Rockport and Federation Forest State Parks.

Sagelands

Washington features the northern extent of the great “sagebrush sea,” a vast arid landscape disappearing across the American west due to development and agriculture. In Washington more than eighty percent of this beautiful landscape is gone, but at state parks like the Dry Fall Visitor Center and Steamboat Rock you can still experience this landscape and the beautiful Bitterroot flowers depicted on this bag.

About the Artist

Art by Baylie Peplow at Red Umbrella Designs. Baylie is an Illustrator and designer based here in the Methow Valley, WA. She creates illustrations for better living, inspired by nature. Baylie created these illustrations exclusively for this program, inspired by the story and mission to share and preserve the beauty of these special places.