Christmas Tree Cinch Bag - Fits up to 7.5 Foot Tree

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Easy Organization Solutions
Keeping your tree in the original box never goes quite as planned; it ends up covered in tape and falling apart, exposing your tree to dust and damaged branches. Trees are also heavy and trying to move them to/from the attic or garage can be a real hassle. Covermates Christmas Tree Cinch Bags are a versatile, long-lasting storage solution that allows you to safely store your Christmas tree, lights, or any other decorations. Using our tree storage option will make moving and protecting your tree easier than ever year after year.

Details That Matter
Designed with strength and durability in mind, this storage bag is made from thick polyester that stands strong against branches that would puncture or tear most bags. Reinforced carrying handles also give you the added advantage when transporting your tree and decorations. To maximize your space, built in cinch straps hold down branches for compact storage.
How to Measure

How to Measure Your Christmas Tree

Coverstore's Christmas Tree Storage Bags are designed to hold trees that separate into multiple pieces. If your tree is a single piece, make note of the total height of your tree and make sure the width measurement of the storage bag is equal to or larger than the height. For trees that separate into multiple pieces, use the instructions below to find the correct size storage bag.
Measure the tree while it is fully assembled, or refer to the original packaging.

*This is a starting point to help you narrow down the bag size you need. Each product title will state the maximum height of a tree it can hold.
Base Height
Measure the length of the longest section of the tree while it is detached, this is most likely the base.

*The longest piece of your tree should be equal to or less than the width measurement of the storage bag.
Base Depth
If your tree is particularly thick, you may want to also measure the depth of the base of your tree. With the branches compressed, measure side to side across the top of the section. This should be around the same as the depth measurement of the storage bag.

Please round up your dimensions to the nearest inch.

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