Science is Magic Shoulder Tote

$ 19.95
Science is magic.... that WORKS! Wear this tote bag to show off your love of this amazing discipline, the laws of the universe, and all the cool things that science makes sense of.
Width 18"
Height 14.5"
Gusset 5"
Straps 11"
Material 100% Recycled canvas, 10 oz, double layer
Care Machine wash cold, Tumble dry low
Feature Reversible – patterned / solid color with pocket

 

Recycled canvas is made with textile waste cuttings that are otherwise discarded as trash. Instead of filling up the landfill, these cuttings are collected and spun into yarn that is then woven into fabric that can be used again. You may notice some irregularities in the material, this is natural in recycled canvas, since the collected material varies in content.
This Lecture Series Shoulder Tote is ready for all of your adventures. It’s fully reversible, so you’ve got options. Solid color on one side, printed on the other. Two bags in one. Wear the design on the outside, declaring your passion to the world, or flip it around for a quieter look. It’s built in the perfect proportions for a carry-all, so you can keep all the things you need inside the all the things you love. The zipper pocket on the solid side will keep your smaller things safe, and the shoulder straps are perfectly sized for over the shoulder or in-hand carry. Wear it on your next lecture, to the lab, or out in the field.
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09/30/2020
Justine S.
United States United States
Love the gift! perfect for a science teacher!

The team was very accommodating and prompt, especially since the recipient moved in the meantime and the address changed! I already have a tote bag from them and it is amazingly nerdy and of good quality! I use mine all the time! Figure my friend could use this for her classes!

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