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.


December 18, 2007