ADK PackWorks is inspired by 150-year-old design in created a new category for the pack and bag industry by developing a patent pending 4-sided internal structural folding frame. It has incorporated this design into a range of grocery & shopping bags/totes and recreational backpacks that offer functional features targeting multiple product categories and lifestyle markets.
As recently sent a couple products to review and I like to tell you about them one is the ADK PackBasket Canvas in the color red and is equipped with a sturdy design and unmatched style for all your carrying needs.
It has a padded handle raps on the carry strap, adjustable carry strap, two handle tote, folding metal frame and bottom, includes matching lid, integrated frame handles, can be worn over the shoulder and easy removal bag for cleaning. The size of the bag is 15” high x 11.5” wide x 8” round.
I also got the ADK Market Basket Prints in Black Ogee is equipped with a sturdy design and unmatched style. This provides a solution to all your carrying needs rather you going to a farmers market, the beach or on a picnic. This basket has comfort grip handles, easy removal bag for cleaning and a folding metal frame and bottom. The size of this bag is 15 “ in length X 11” in width.
My Opinion: a lot of states now are charging for bags including towns where I live so being able to have these bags to carry my groceries and at the store is a great idea plus the very sturdy and easy to take anywhere. I like that when I use these bags my groceries don’t fall over the back seat like they do in the typical plastic bag I also like the styles and colors of these along with being eco-friendly. Plus I save five cents each time I use these at the stores.
To see more visit http://www.adkpackworks.com
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