URevolution

Inclusion Tote Bag

$25.00

A photo of URevolution's inclusion tote bag, which has the word INCLUSION printed in rainbow-like colors on one side. Four diverse disabled people have incorporated into the word INCLUSION: a blind person, a person with an invisible illness, a disabled person with a prosthetic limb, and a disabled person in a wheelchair. the inclusion tote is canvas color with black straps.
A photo of URevolution's inclusion tote bag, which has the word INCLUSION printed in rainbow-like colors on one side. Four diverse disabled people have incorporated into the word INCLUSION: a blind person, a person with an invisible illness, a disabled person with a prosthetic limb, and a disabled person in a wheelchair. the inclusion tote is canvas color with black straps. Picture of the back of URevolution's inclusion tote bag featuring our original or Every Body phrase printed in white in lower case: "for every body." The word every is in italics. Under the words, printed in small text, is the URL; www.urevolution.com.

Inclusion Tote Bag

The only thing that deserves excluding is plastic. Never use another plastic bag again with our Inclusion tote bag.

What's cool about these bags is the front and back sides are sewn together by creating extra space on the sides, which adds more room.

And, if you're worried about weight, a second row of stitching makes the z-stitch handles even stronger. These bags are long-lasting and easy to clean, and come in three sizes.

The Inclusion tote is designed by a disabled artist, incorporates URevolution's unique original Inclusion logo.

*Bulk orders and logo placement available. Contact us.

  • 100% Polyester. Retains shape and dries quickly.
  • Easy to clean by wiping with a damp cloth
  • Boxed corners
  • Black cotton handles
  • Black lining

Small
Medium
Large
Height, in
13
16.03
18
Length, in
13
16.03
18
Width, in
3.15
3.15
3.15
Handle height, in
11.82
11.82
11.82
Handle width, in
1
1
1

 

Be Inclusive. Carry an Inclusion Tote.

A photo of a woman of color sitting on the ground in a studio. Over her shoulder is draped URevolution's canvas inclusion tote with black straps. The inclusion tote bag has the word INCLUSION printed in rainbow-like colors on one side. Four diverse disabled people have incorporated into the word INCLUSION: a blind person, a person with an invisible illness, a disabled person with a prosthetic limb, and a disabled person in a wheelchair.  



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