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About Baggu

BAGGU’S simple, high-quality nylon, canvas and leather bags come in a rainbow of colors, shapes and prints. They’re super-durable and reusable, and can be put to all kinds of uses. The idea for BAGGU came about when then-student Emily Sugihara and her mother became obsessed with a reusable grocery bag from Sweden that they had received as a gift. Unable to track down anything like it online, they decided to make their own: Emily found some ripstop nylon (it carries up to 25 pounds!) and the two got to work sewing a bunch of prototypes. They named the company BAGGU, the Japanese word for bag, and it’s about as appropriate as it gets -- the brand has expanded far beyond its initial foldable grocery bag purview, but keeps things firmly in the bag line: they make chic, minimalist leather bucket bags, totes and pouches, as well as canvas duck bags, backpacks and rucksacks, ipod and ipad cases, and even slings for your surfboard. Brooklyn-based (with a store in hipster haven Williamsburg), BAGGU has sealed its cool credentials with the eco-friendliness of its products, which are all made of recycled materials and are completely recyclable as well.

Past Sales Featuring Baggu

Sale Ended August 09, 2013

You're Covered: Baggu Electronic Cases

Banish those boring black sleeves and treat yourself to something with a lot more color, style, and personality — namely, Baggu’s stylish iPhone and iPad sleeves. We love their bold, energetic aesthetic.

Sale Ended January 09, 2011

Healthy & Green Living: Magimix, Baggu, Blue Avocado, Goodbye Detergent

Be better to yourself and the planet with these environmentally friendly kitchen accessories. Get in your fruits and vegetables with Magimix’s juicers and food processors; your body will be grateful, as will your waistline. At the supermarket, plop your produce in Blue Avocado’s reusable mesh bags—far better than plastic ones!— and cart everything home in Baggu’s stylish totes. When you’re finished, clean up with spaghetti scrubbers from Goodbye Detergent! They’re fashioned from corncobs and peach pits that gently scrape away debris.