Customer Reviews Of:
Haiku Journey Tote Bag (For Women)

Closeouts. Haiku's Journey tote bag is roomy enough for trips to the beach or farmers market and pretty enough for everyday use. Grab the two attached top handles or sling it across your body with the removable, adjustable shoulder strap. It's made with recycled plastic bottles, too, so you can feel good about trekking it across the planet.

Average Rating based on 3 reviews 4.666666 0 5
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jules from St. Louis, Mo on Thursday, January 12, 2017
    A steal at this price, eco conscience, and you can use it for groceries too! It's really well made, and I'm surprised they don't cost more to be honest.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sew momma from Colorado on Tuesday, November 1, 2016
    Haiku is my favorite brand for bags and this Journey Tote is the best tote of theirs I've gotten. It is nice and roomy and I love the two handle options. The only things that would make it more perfect is a bottle pocket on the outside and a zipper on the top - so when going under an airplane seat there is no spillage.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by White River Chick from Ozark Mountains on Saturday, June 18, 2016
    As stated, I wish there were a top closure for main compartment. My solution to this has been to buy a set of 4 matching mesh bags (zicome) on AmazonPrime that are great for this purpose as they make flea ups from "purse dumps" a cinch. The purse is beautiful. The large zipper pocket is wonderful. iPad in otterbox goes in side slide pocket. Anything heavier than sunglasses in the interior slide pockets is too heavy. They will sag towards the middle and block your view for bottom of main compartment. I haven't had issues with the crossbody strap sliding lengths on mine. I love that it's moisture resists T and easy to clean because I have to set mine on the floor a lot. Plus I use sign language and knock drinks over all the time. Really recommend the <$8 Zicome mesh bag set on Amazon. The blue/aqua is a perfect match!
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