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ADK Bag- The Grocer, Perfect Gift For Any Teacher

With the school year just swinging back into to full force I can't help but to think back to last year. I think a lot of parents take for granted everything a teacher does for their children. From the younger grades and tying shoes, to the older grades and taking just that extra minute a child needs to feel like they can do it I don't think we can thank them enough. Recently I received a product to review that was love at first sight. As someone who use to work in the school system I knew how useful this bag would be to a teacher.
The Grocer is made from 400 Denier Ripstop Nylon and measures 15"H x 11.5"W x 8"D. The material it great, I love how sturdy it is but very light weight at the same time. I love that the bag is easily removable, because lets face we all make messes, your soda leaks, that carton of eggs busts or a new bottle of paint gets everywhere! The metal frame inside can be easily pulled away so you can wash the material.
I have really loved using this bag it has many great features including:
  • Color - Green
  • Adjustable Carry Strap used as:
    • 2 Handle Tote
    • Over the Shoulder
    • Backpack
  • Removable Cooler Liner Accessory
  • Folding Metal Frame and Bottom
  • Easy Removal Bag for Cleaning
 Now I won't lie it took me a while to figure out how to change the straps around but once I figured it out it was really handy. With 3 kids it is hard to have  a free hand and my children really prefer if the bag I am carrying does not hit them in the head.lol These will make a great gift this school year for some very special teachers I know :)
*I received the above mentioned product in order to hep facilitate this review.Regardless all views expressed are those of my own and were in no way influenced.*

Comments

Julia Potvin said…
I have one of these and love it, its so sturdy! The little cooler bag accessory has saved my ice cream on the ride home from the store! :)
I love the idea that it has a cooler liner. Living in Florida I am always looking for an insulated bag to keep the frozen food cool on the way home.
I have one of these and use it for everything. Whether going to the store, beach, park, I love that it stands up and the straps move around for what ever position I need to carry it easier.
Melanie B said…
I like that what a cool bag. I like how it folds up to nothing makes for a great car bag. Just grab and go.

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