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Travel Tote with Folding Wheels

SKU#  431251
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Why We Love It

If showing off your great style and sense of fun is how you roll when you travel, our Travel Tote with Folding Wheels is the perfect addition to your itinerary. Wheeling through the airport or running daily errands takes on global appeal with our sturdy bag adorned with images from top destinations. It's roomy enough for all your essentials, and the frame collapses for easy storage. With a bag like ours, there's no limit to where you can go.

Details & Dimensions

  • World Market exclusive

Read the Buzz

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Love it! I love this bag. It's great to tote around the farmers market. It's comfortable and easy to tow. When things get heavy and it's time to pull out the wheels it's super easy. The wheels pull right out with ease. It's fashionable and super cute. November 7, 2010
The travel tote is flimsier than I expec To tote stuff. December 7, 2010
Def wouldn't recommend I am very disappointed in this bag. I took it out to use at the local supermarket. In Washington, DC we are charged for bags so being able to use a travel tote with wheels is extremely convenient. I got two items in the bag and it broke! I had used two other 99 cent bags & filled with groceries & they were fine and this tote completely broke off at the wheels and tore. Don't buy - huge waste of money. July 17, 2011
Pretty product. Poor quality. I took this shopper to the farmer's market and after an hour of towing about 15 lbs of items, the wheels began to buckle. After walking about two city blocks (not a great distance), the plastic casing for the wheels completely cracked, rendering the shopper useless. Thankfully it has straps which allowed me to hoist it over a shoulder and use it as a _really_ long market bag. The materials and construction are pretty shoddy. I had expectations that it would be able to handle a decent load, but I wouldn't put anything heavier than balls of yarn in it. And I recommend just leaving it in a corner somewhere, as by my experience, pulling it around does not last. December 23, 2010
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