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Baggu Recycled Nylon Medium Backpack

$66 Non-Member
$59.40 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+
Online Only

Baggu Recycled Nylon Medium Backpack

$66 Non-Member
$59.40 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  Candy Apple

Size:  Medium

Item# 24028-168082 In Stock
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For back to school or back to work, the Baggu Recycled Nylon Medium Backpack fits all the daily necessities from lunch boxes to notebooks. Slip a 13/14” laptop into the interior sleeve while stashing the rest of your belongings in the main compartment and exterior pocket. This durable and lightweight bag has padded, adjustable straps so you can comfortably carry it on your commute. The Baggu Recycled Nylon Medium Backpack measures 14h x 12w x 5”d with adjustable shoulder straps measuring 18-36”. Emily Sugihara started Baggu in 2007 because she sought a more sustainable alternative to traditional disposable grocery bags. Since then, the San Francisco-based company has become well-known for functional, affordable and nice-looking products.

  • Designer
    Emily Sugihara and Ellen Van Der Laan
  • Size
    Bag Dimensions: 14h x 12w x 5"d
    Exterior Front Pocket: 6.5h x 9.75w x 2"d
    Interior Computer Slip Pocket: 12"w (Fits 13/14" & 16" computers with Baggu Puffy Sleeves)
    Adjustable Shoulder Straps: 18 - 36"l
    Top Handle Drop: 3"
  • Material
    Heavyweight Nylon (59% Recycled)
  • Year of Design
    2024
  • Origin
    CN
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