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    small shop bag in solar?

    Will the small shop bag be made again in solar? I have been holding out because it just looks so darn cheery.

    Apologies if this is posted somewhere, I searched around but couldn't find anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrunner View Post
    Will the small shop bag be made again in solar? I have been holding out because it just looks so darn cheery.

    Apologies if this is posted somewhere, I searched around but couldn't find anything.
    My vote for the cheery Solar in the small shop bag as well!

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    And Iberian!

    I gifted a set of Large& Small Ultraviolet Shop Bags to a great friend. I have a similar set in steel. I have the large Iberian & large Solar waiting for their smaller siblings - to make gift sets. I find the smaller shop bag useful daily, often use it as a purse. The large shop bag is for planned shopping trips.

    May I also suggest that TB crew add a button & loop to secure the shop bags - just like the button & loop on the Swift. I will buy the shop bags in all colors all over again if/when such button & loop are added to the design.

    Another wish: a removable padded base for both shop bag sizes.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roadrunner View Post
    Will the small shop bag be made again in solar? I have been holding out because it just looks so darn cheery.

    Apologies if this is posted somewhere, I searched around but couldn't find anything.
    We do not have plans to add Solar to the Small Shop Bag color line up.
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