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Top 10 Ways to use a Personalized Drawstring Cinch Pack
Here’s why everyone on your list needs a customized cinch sack or two!
- Shopping bag. Be kind to the environment and use a cinch sack instead of a disposable bag. They are great for carrying everything from toiletries to T-shirts. Keep a cinch sack inside your glove compartment, purse and suitcase so you always a spare sack for the stuff you inevitably end up collecting.
- Gym bag. Pack a cinch sack with workout wear and you are more likely to stop at the gym or go for a run on your way to or from work.
- Spare shoes. Whether you are wearing stilettos or loafers, you never know when your feet will rebel. And if you’ve every stepped in a puddle, you know how nice it is to have a dry pair handy.
- Snack. Stuff a power bar, a water bottle, and a bag of nuts into your cinch bag so you always have a healthy option for eliminating hunger.
- Car organizer. Keep all those little necessities that are cluttering up your car inside a neat little cinch sack that hangs behind the headrest.
- Book bag. Cinch bags are lighter than most backpacks and easy to carry around campus.
- Biking. Sling a cinch sack over your shoulder so you’ll have both hands free to navigate your bike.
- Hiking. Lightweight handy cinch bags are great for hiking when you pack them with water bottles, snacks, sunglasses, Band-Aids, and a hoodie.
- Beach bag. Keep a cinch-packed with sunscreen, a beach towel, some shades and that book you’ve been meaning to read.
- Toy bag. Keep a cinch sack filled with inexpensive “surprises” you can hand out to your kids when you get stuck in a waiting room or traffic jam.