Post Reply Anyone use tote bags for school books?
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Posted 1/8/16 , edited 1/8/16
If so which is the best kind? There's shoulder, regular and mini from what I've seen
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Posted 1/8/16
I've tried that, but I can never find one versatile enough to fit all my huge textbooks in and still be comfortable to carry around campus.

I could probably look a bit harder, but I think I wll stick to backpacks for now.
Posted 1/8/16
I used to, back when I went to a school where we had to use laptops. Not so much anymore.
Posted 1/8/16 , edited 1/8/16
I wear a back pack.

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^ That's hot
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Posted 1/8/16
I had a back back in high school for each year I went. Each one got ruined from me stuffing my books in them.
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Posted 1/8/16
i did for my first few years in college but it really put a strain on my shoulder so i switched to a backpack. much easier and it also had more pockets
Posted 1/8/16
Yes.comfortable
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Posted 1/8/16
I had a backpack in highschool, and now I use a tmibuk2 Messenger bag.
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Posted 1/8/16
I used one of those cool backpacks with one strap. Moved on to using a messenger bag. I prefer using those now.

Backpacks look kind of lame and there's no need for that many compartments. I use my messenger bags for pretty much everything. Laptops, books, etc.

Totes are reserved for swim gear and for grocery stores that don't give plastic bags.
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Posted 1/9/16
Not me
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Posted 1/10/16
I used to but I prefer to use messenger bags now. They're sturdier and less likely to break.
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