Matador FlatPak™ Soap Bar Case

Matador FlatPak™ Soap Bar Case

$30

Colour: Slate Blue

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Colour: Slate Blue

Brand & Product Matador FlatPak™ Soap Bar Case
SKU & Barcode MATFPS1001BL / 850029165019
Warranty 2 Year Warranty
Dimensions 10.16 x 6.1 x 3.3cm ( 4.0"x 2.4"x 1.3" )
Weight 11.0g (0.02lbs)
Returns 100 day free returns
Shipping Free shipping, orders over $99

About Matador

Matador Started in 2014 with a simple observation. Working it out of a 10 x 10 foot San Francisco bedroom, Matador leveraged the success of the Pocket Blanket to develop a line of simple, thoughtful products designed for people on the go. One product at a time, Matador grew the Pocket Blanket into a brand of ultralight travel gear. Buy Matador online at Rushfaster Australia.

Matador FlatPak™ Soap Bar Case is the lightweight and leakproof way to travel with bar soap. Soap bars dry through the material, so they never get mushy.
Available as a single or two pack.

Features of the Matador FlatPak™ Soap Bar Case

100% Leakproof Design

The welded rolltop design keeps water inside so that you can travel with soap bars and it will never leak.

Keeps Soap Bars Solid

Proprietary coating lets the soap bar dry through the fabric, preventing mushy soap and increasing bar longevity.

Fits All Type Of Bar

Works for all types of bar soaps, including shampoo and conditioner bars.

Technical Specifications

  • Material: Cordura Nylon

About Matador

Matador Started in 2014 with a simple observation. Working it out of a 10 x 10 foot San Francisco bedroom, Matador leveraged the success of the Pocket Blanket to develop a line of simple, thoughtful products designed for people on the go. One product at a time, Matador grew the Pocket Blanket into a brand of ultralight travel gear. Buy Matador online at Rushfaster Australia.

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