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Solo Collation - Collaboration Sac format moyen (Collation) - Léon - Danse Vintage
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Medium Bag (Snack) - Leon - Dance

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    One reusable, waterproof and washable bags.

    This pouch is perfect for lunch boxes, snacks or small items. Use at daycare, school, office or on the go. Replace single-use plastic bags.

      • Waterproof, durable andeco-responsible
      • Made of RecyPul™ textile, our fabrics are knitted and printed in Montreal, from recycled water bottle fibers
      • YKK zippers made in Quebec
      • Carefully made in Quebec
      • Lead-free, PVC-free, BPA-free

    Bag size:
    Medium bag (snack): 13 cm x 19 cm (5" x 7.5")

    Sardine Production:

    Created in January 2002, Sardine Production quickly made its presence felt in the local and international youth content market. Based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, the company maximizes its strengths by working with designers, production and distribution partners from here and around the world. Sardine Productions develops intellectual property with international appeal to maximize distribution and exhibition potential.

    Léon the TV series :

    Based on books written and illustrated by Montreal artist Annie Groovie and published by Modus, the Léon series is a surprising mix of humour and totally absurd situations. Léon evolves in a universe all his own. Dynamic and always ready to have fun, he puts his foot in it more often than not. Léon is not cold to the eye! But don't worry, he knows how to get out of any situation without too many scratches! The laws of physics don't apply to his world. Rolling with his eyes closed or bowling with his own head, nothing seems too far-fetched for Leon.

    The stories are refreshing, funny and a little weird. A perfect recipe to entertain the youngest and awaken the child in us!

    Sardine Productions Portfolio

    Link to watch episodes on Radio-Canada