Multi-Pocket Canvas Market Tote
Just when you think you’ve met all the totes—this canvas dynamo shows up. Exclusive to us before anyone else, this carry-all has enough features to fill a book, but we’ll do our very best to be brief. Apart from that almost-indestructible build, it’s got pockets (six, to be exactly) for everything on your list. A nook for your carton of milk, a sleeve for your eggs, even a little seatbelt for your flowers on the exterior that keeps water from leaking into the bag—and with room to spare for produce, too. We haven’t even gotten to the sturdy vegan leather handles or the key ring, either…
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Imagined in California Wine Country. Made in China
Heavy duty canvas with vegan leather base and handles
11.00" W x 11.00" L x 13.00" H
Care & Notes
For best results, treat Market Tote with a spray on protectant such as Scotch Guard before first use. Spot clean with warm soapy water and sponge.
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