Baggu Reusable Bags

On my way into work this morning I stopped by Trader Joe’s to buy some food for breakfast and lunch. On my way out, for some reason, I got kind of a guilty feeling in the pit of my stomach, as I walked to my car with a paper bag filled only with bananas, a quart of milk, and a mini pizza. I realized that I didn’t really need this paper bag, I only had three things, it was kind of a waste. I remembered Jean over at Notcot featuring a bunch of really cool reusable bags, as she went slightly crazy finding all of the coolest bags in the world. I skimmed through them all, and I decided that my favorite are definitely the ones made by Baggu.

Baggu was created by a mother and daughter team who were looking for an alternative to disposable bags, that would work for either a city or suburban lifestyle. The bags themselves are made of nylon, and can support 25 lbs. each. What I like about them is that they aren’t girly, they come in 13 different colors, and are only $8 a piece, though you get discounts the larger the quantity you order. I think I’m going to get the 3 pack and try them out, so I’ll let everyone know how they do.


3 Comments Baggu Reusable Bags

  1. mikelite December 20, 2007 at 12:12 PM

    hold off Bobby. These are pretty, but you can get seriously durable bags at Whole Foods for 99¢ each. We stuff ’em good and they never stretch or groan.

  2. james December 20, 2007 at 5:04 PM

    Lets give credit where credit is due, check out Stuffit bags an Australian company, these guys started in 2004. These bags are the same as Baggu, so are Chico bags again 2004 and the ACME workhorse by reusable Baggu was created, give me a break. It would be nice to see something original.

  3. Jeff December 20, 2007 at 5:56 PM

    and what would you use for garbage bags?!

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