So very many of us have committed to doing our part for conservation and have made the switch to reusable grocery bags. That's great but, what about when you are shopping somewhere other than the grocery store? The reusable grocery bags that I use are the ones offered at my grocery store. Good for the environment but, slightly bulky and definitely not cute.

Baggu Reusable Bags are designed to be bright, bold, stylish, high quality and amazing for the environment. Did you know that using one Baggu Reusable Bag for one year replaces 300-700 disposable bags?!

Baggu bags come in a multitude of colors and so many different sizes and styles. The original Baggu bag holds the contents of 2-3 plastic grocery bags. It's 15” Wide / 25” high / 6” deep and folds into a flat 5” by 5” pouch. It holds an amazing 50 lbs and is made of 100% Ripstop nylon. It's also machine washable.

Get the BagguX3 or the BagguX5 and get the awesome Baggu bags with their own little travel pouch. Makes it so easy to carry them around in your regular purse or bag!

I love the Baggu also carries the Baby Baggu for smaller items or shopping trips and the Big Baggu for larger items, traveling or laundry. Having the three sizes of the standard Baggu is fantastic.

There are several other Baggu bag products as well, from small zippered cosmetic bags to backpacks. Reusable bags are a wonderful investment in our future and such an easy way for each and every person to make a difference. If you are committed to switching to reusable shopping bags, check out Baggu for wonderful bags that give you style while retaining functionality and making you feel better about the choices you make for our Earth.

Buy it!
You can get all the reusable bags that Baggu offers from their online site.

Win it!
One reader will win one of the BAGGU x3 kits in the color of the winner's choice!

US only
ends 1/22

Mandatory to enter: Visit Baggu and tell me which BagguX3 kit you would choose if you won.

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