The meori Reusable Grocery Bag comes with a cute stuff pocket – thus the name “Pocket Shopper.” These reusable bags are extra strong and extra large so you can use them again and again. Ditch disposable bags for good with this machine washable reusable grocery bag that is built to last and holds up to three bags of groceries. Each bag measures 23 inches wide, 15 inches tall, with a 2 inch gusset at the bottom of the bag. Folds up quickly into the stuff pouch that snaps shut. Additional snap on large bag to hold the stuff pocket when not in use – so you’ll never lose it.
Need help remembering bags?
All meori Reusable Pocket Shoppers come with a separate little pocket to stuff the big Shopper into. The little pocket snaps shut and includes handles to hang on your keychain or backpack. And because the little pockets are so compact, you can easily store a few in your car or purse.
Shoulder strap is right length.
The shoulder straps are just the right size to carry on your shoulder without being too long so that the bag does drag on the ground when carrying it by your side.
Extra large size holds alot!
The meori Pocket Shopper is extra wide to fit bulky items and extra strong – holds up to 30 lbs. Each reusable bag can hold up to 3 bags of groceries.
Our Reusable Pocket Shoppers are machine washable, extra large, extra strong and quick drying.
Looking for something to compliment your style?
The meori Reusable Pocket Shoppers come in many colors and patterns to choose from including polka dots, stripes and floral designs.
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Fits my needs and cargo space perfectly. Great for groceries.
When Denver required a small fee for plastic/paper bags, it prompted me to use reusable bags, not just because of the cost to continue to use these, but more important, because of environmental concerns. I had had a Meori bag years ago, and used it faithfully until I lost it. Wonderful bag; while lightweight (as well as stylish), it is strong and practical for all my grocery shopping. I haven't tried a watermelon in my Meori, but that is not to say I won't.