1) 155W x 210H x 55D (mm)
This is the smaller size we made usually, if you need to make it smaller than this size, please double check it with us. As, it's used for packing small items, not so heavy products usually.
2) 150W x 290H x 55D (mm)
This is the small size bag, it's used for packing standard size products, like A5 size books. If your product size is not too big, you can consider choosing size for your paper bags.
3) 195W x 280H x 60D (mm)
This is the normal size paper bag. It can be used to pack some standard size products like B5 size books.
4) 220W x 320H x 65D (mm)
This is the common size paper bag. It can fit the standard A4 size products. It's a better choice for packing most products.
5) 270W x 300H x 80D (mm)
This is the rarely used size, as it's for some products in special size, like the catalog with size 250 x 250 mm.
6) 300W x 240H x 70D (mm)
This is the bigger size paper bag than the common size. Actually, you can put your items in lanscape / horizontally.
7) 330W x 260H x 90D (mm)
This is also the lanscape / horizontal stype paper bag size. The advantage for this kind of size paper bags is that, you can put the items inside very easily, and you can also print your paper bag with company logo or advertisement on both sides of the bags. It'll have a good visual for showing it to others.
8) 290W x 400H x 80 (mm)
This is the big size and popular size paper bags. It's used for packing big size clothes, shoes, cosmetics, books, etc.yellowprinting.com
9) 320W x 430H x 105D (mm)
This is the biggest size paper bag we made usually, if you have bigger size requirement on this, please double check it with us. It's also the popular size paper bags.It's used for packing big size clothes, shoes, cosmetics, books, etc.
If you'd like to print your paper bags in China, please kindly work with Yellow Printing. We'll certainly print the good quality paper bags for you.
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