Skull And Crossbones Design Foil Lined Lunch Bag

Code: 20727
In stock
£3.95
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Shiver me timbers, this black skull and cross bones decorated cool bag can hold a whole host of lunchtime treasures! It has a zip closure and its two carrying handles make it easy to haul back to base. Made from recycled plastic.

  • Product Code: 20727
  • Material:
    Plastic,Foil,Recycled
  • Dimensions: Length: 21 cm, Width: 13 cm, Height: 16 cm
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Customer Reviews (32)
4.9375
5
Review for: Skull And Crossbones Design Foil Lined Lunch Bag
Sturdy and sufficiently piratey to please my son. Very happy with these lunch bags we get them every year
5
Review for: Skull And Crossbones Design Foil Lined Lunch Bag
Brought for my biggest boy. Who said "Wow it's awesome"!! He was very pleased Great lunch box.
5
Review for: Skull And Crossbones Design Foil Lined Lunch Bag
This lunch bag is fit for a little pirates picnic. This is the second time my son has choose this for his lunch bag so a real pirate at heart. It's a brilliant size so even the hungriest of pirates will be full with all the gold and jewlelled goodies you can fit in here. Would recommend anyone to get this for their child to bring out the hidden pirate in them.

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