Pendleton Baby Baggu Bag - Women's

Pendleton Baby Baggu Bag - Women's
Pendleton Baby Baggu Bag - Women's
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Baby Baggu Bag - Women's by Pendleton
Quit juggling those bottles of kombucha and bag of pita chips and throw them all in the Pendleton Baby Baggu Bag. It stows away in four-inch pouch when you don't need it and expands to small bag--about the size of a typical grocery bag--when you need to carry a six-pack or a few snacks for the office.

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SKU: PNN00HG
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