Magid Herringbone Tote | Woven Straw Navy Carryall Bag

Posted on: Jan 24

Magid Herringbone ToteMagid dresses up its signature woven straw finish with this Herringbone tote.

Herringbone is one of those patterns that always looks elegant. Some may accuse it of being stuffy, but it works well here to make the traditionally casual straw surface seem more refined. The combination of natural straw tones and deep navy blue is inspired, but it's also available in beige and brown if you want something earthier.

One look at the $70 price tag should alert you to the fact that this tote isn't quite as sophisticated as it appears. Its trim and handles aren't made of leather, but cheap PVC. There are no metal feet on the base, and the interior does the bare minimum with a pair of patch pockets and a zippered compartment.

We lose out on the little details, but Magid does give us what counts. The handles are long enough for comfortable carrying, and there's plenty of space inside. I'd hesitate to take advantage of all of it, as woven straw is never all that strong. But I like having the room for a few extras when we really need them. The magnetic snap closure should help to keep those goodies just where you left them too.

Straw bags are generally relegated to summer wear, but the herringbone finish of this Magid bag gives it an enticing all round appeal.

More Features of This Magid Woven Tote

  • Fabric lined interior
  • Dual handles with a 10 inch drop
  • Measures 17 x 11.75 x 6 inches
  • Made in China

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