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The Awesome Tote Bag

Posted by Bryan on 4/19/2013 to Fashion
Since ancient times, we've been in the habit of crafting and carrying bags in various sizes to accommodate the need to bring along items for the day's use, including money, jewelry, make-up, hair brushes, identification, books, computers, or more. The tote bag, while really born out of the utilitarian mood of the pre-war 1930s, then evolved, as a matter of course, to make carrying items into an easier process that did not involve fastening them to belts or tying them around waists as in previous centuries.

The Security Tote Bag, while a relatively new invention, has been around within the last decade and is an update on the traditional 1930s-era tote bag, which has been used for everything from marketing and promotion of goods at fairs, stores, and festivals to libraries, which often sell them for a nominal fee to encourage the speedy and safe return of books. While the traditional tote bag is made from nylon, cotton, or wool-like fabrics, the Security Tote Bag is made of nylon blends, plastics, or fabrics. These bags are unique in that they feature security aspects such as non-slashable straps, lock zippers, and non-slashable fabrics to give users extra security features.

Historically, the term itself, "tote," was first used in the year 1900 when it came into popular use as in the verb, "to tote." Since this particular style of shoulder bag, which features two parallel handles formed into a loop that slings easily over the shoulder itself, is used, naturally, to carry promotional items back from fairs and festivals or from libraries or grocery stores, it is relatively cheap to manufacture.. The Security Tote Bag is unique and a little more expensive because it allows for the versatility of the tote bag while also providing consumers with extra security features, handy for daily use in urban areas where pick-pocketing or increased crime may be a concern.
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