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Sjopper-Kees Bags
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    FATBOY

    The Fatboy Sjopper-Kees is your new favorite shopping bag. Handy while shopping, but also a great help in and around the house. You can use the Sjopper-Kees as a magazine rack, plant basket, or even as a wine cooler. The multifunctional shopper is made of lightweight EVA, making it easy to clean, waterproof, and very sturdy. It can carry up to 10 kg. This shopping bag is available in different colors and has a capacity of 14 liters.

    About FATBOY


    We at Plaisir du Jardin have been adorning outdoors, pools, and gardens in South Africa since 1980.

    We work directly with the best garden furniture brands worldwide to create sustainable partnerships based on the joint belief in ethically sourced materials, originality, quality control, and the continuation of design legacies. This ethos allows Plaisir du Jardin to sell products with confidence and have a passion for our brands. We invite you to our beautiful Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Mauritius showrooms. Welcome to our World.

    At Plaisir du Jardin has partnered  with outstanding brands like Fatboy whose story began in 2002 with an oversized beanbag. It soon became clear that the entire world wanted to sink down on this unexpected replacement for the chair. In homes, on terraces and at events – everywhere, Fatboy saw people sitting and hanging out on our products with big smiles. And that’s why they do it. With a no-nonsense Dutch approach and an international team, they transform lots of homes, gardens, offices and parties into happier places. With furniture, lamps, home accessories, garden furniture – and of course with its trusty classic: the beanbag. Lean back. Feel free. Life is your party.

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