Skip HopForma Pack & Go Diaper Tote Bag

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What weabout it
This water-resistant diaper bag makes spills a non-issue. Zip closures and quilted construction keep things secure, up tight, outta sight.

Description


The name—Pack & Go—says it all: this diaper bag is all about function. There’s plenty of room for gear, with compartments to keep items sorted. Zippered exterior pockets store go-to items securely, and insulated bottle pockets extend the shelf life of on-the-go beverages. The water-resistant liner is easy to wipe clean in the event of a spill. Tote it by the shoulder straps or use the stroller strap to fasten the bag to your wheels.

This diaper bag includes a changing pad and accessory case, which makes it easy to locate all diapering gear at once. The quilted construction of this bag (available in black or peacock) means everything gets a little extra padding.

Specs


  • 15" x 17" x 5"
  • Weight: 1.5 lbs
  • Spot clean or hand wash with mild detergent
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    User Reviews (4)


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    Dokmay
    May 22, 2018

    We have a backpack one but we don't use it enough. We use the big tote bag more than because we have twins.


    Rachael
    May 19, 2018

    The bag is large enough that you can carry quite a few things and has a number of compartments to help keep things organized. I like that the back is black and doesn’t draw a lot of attention. The only con I have found with this bag is the straps. Even though they thoughtfully placed leather strips on the shoulder area, I can never seem to keep both straps on my shoulder when carrying this bag.


    Simone
    February 21, 2017

    I wound up choosing a backpack to tote my baby's stuff around, which I find much easier and better for my back!


    Angelina
    February 7, 2017

    The straps aren't ideal, I would've preferred handle straps and a shoulder/crossbody strap. It stands up on its own no matter if filled or practically empty, so that's a plus.


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