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t.rip / Reusable duty-free bags

t.rip
t.rip

is a new product platform that can replace large quantities of plastic bags made by duty-free shops in airports by changing the material. These days the travel market has recovered due to the vaccine. So, people want to go somewhere. We started this project predicting that post-corona will make a deal of consumption for travel and that can also lead to a deal of garbage of airport problems. So using Tyvek that is 100% recyclable, extends the bag’s lifetime. Using Tyvek is 100% recyclable makes people can use as a grocery bag or cut easily by small perforation and fold it as highly utilizable products while traveling.

University

Kookmin University

Kookmin University
Seoul, South Korea

HEESU CHOI,
Kookmin University

TAE-WEON LEE,
Kookmin University