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  • April 7th, 2009

    Red Sox Game Day Bag

    Posted by Christine E. at 9:43 am in Product Reviews,Red Sox Comment (1)

    Last week I mentioned the Tessuta Game Day Bags, and, as I received my very own, I wanted to let you know about them.

    They are ADORABLE! Small and compact, with a super long, adjustable strap, which comes in handy to keep your hands free, but keeps the bag completely accessible, the bag has 3 pockets to store just about anything you would need to take to the game, or when you are running around town on errands.

    And they are so sturdy! You would think that ribbon woven items would not be able to hold up, but this bag will definitely hold up to anything you can throw at it.

    I am using mine when I run, so I can carry my keys and my phone with me, without having to worry about losing them, or having to wear one of those awful fanny packs. Not only does it work great, it’s another piece of Boston merchandise to add to my collection.

    Started by Florida mom, Andrea Greenspan, her company Tessuta (which means woven in Italian) creates woven ribbons purse, memo boards and pillows, all of which can be found on her website. And she not only does Red Sox bags–she has been officially licensed by MLB to launch her line of products, so all teams are represented, and she will be giving away her bags to the coaches and players at Yankee Stadium during their 1st home stand of 2009.

    From Andrea: “I created my Game Day Bag, which you can wear hands free, because I needed a bag I could sling over my shoulder while cheering and carrying drinks and hot dogs to my family. I needed a purse that was practical, fashionable and told everyone who I was rooting for.”

    These bags retail at $24.95, are useful, very well made–and the perfect gift for yourself—or your favorite baseball fan…

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