Lassig’s mini duffle bag is a super-cute bag that can and should be used for many purposes. The company graciously provided me with a sample for review, and since then, my toddler and I have been packing it for a host of occasions: swim time, an overnight, and most recently, as a means of transporting favorite toys on trips and errands.
The bag is PCV, AZO, phthalate, nickel, and cadmium free, making us feel a wee bit more secure and safe. The material of the bag seems durable, can be wiped down easily, and has lasted being dragged to many places by a toddler. The bottom of the bag has feet so it’s good to know that the bag itself is not sitting on the ground.
The bag is generously sized for a toddler or small child, but is definitely not made with older kids in mind. The main compartment, accessed through the top zipper flap, has enough space for overnight essentials and a small zipper pocket to store parent stuff, such as keys, money clip, or any other essentials you may want to have handy.
The bag also has a side pocket for easy access to your child’s favorite essentials. The bag can be worn cross-body or can be carried by a set of handles. This is a nice feature because your kid can grow into the bag. This bag is slightly big for toddlers to carry on their own, but it definitely would work for primary-aged kids. There is also a name tag insert on the lower part of the bag to help keep track of your child’s belongings.
For us, the Lassig mini duffle bag works: it is durable, well-made, easy to clean, and cute. I recommend it highly as a bag that appeals to both parents and toddlers.