BAGGU Baby Tote - Women's

BAGGU Baby Tote - Women's
BAGGU Baby Tote - Women's
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Baby Tote - Women's by BAGGU
BAGGU made the Baby Baggu for the times you want a reusable shopping bag with some spunk and style. This bag is made from durable ripstop nylon and it's perfect for holding your lunch, a six pack, or the food from your weekly shopping trips.

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SKU: BGU000H
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