Drawstring Bag - Behind

Drawstring Bag - Behind

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Combine your love for vibrant prints and a sporty style with a cool drawstring bag. It's a must-have gym essential that can be worn as a backpack with drawstring closure at top, and narrow, contrasting shoulder straps.

• 100% spun polyester
• One size: 15″ × 17″ (38.1 cm × 43.2 cm)
• Fabric weight in the US (may vary by 5%): 7.22 oz/yd² (245 g/m²)
• Fabric weight in the EU (may vary by 5%): 6.64 oz/yd² (225 g/m²)"
• Maximum weight limit: 33 lbs (15 kg)
• Twin cotton handles
• Drawstring closure

You are exactly where you need to be

Malala Yousafzai

“I raise up my voice – not so that I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard. … We cannot all succeed when half of us are held back.”

- the world’s youngest Nobel Peace Prize laureate (at 17 years old) having survived a Taliban attack on her school in Afghanistan.

The joy of being

a mother

Being a mother has a seemingly limitless number of meanings. A mother is a protector, a disciplinarian, and a confidante. A mother is a selfless, loving person who must forego many of her own wants and needs in order to provide for her children's wants and needs. A mother works hard to ensure that their child has the knowledge, skills, and abilities to succeed as a competent human being. For some, being a mother is the most difficult and rewarding job they will ever have.

give your mother a gift she deserves

or, you may be a

successful career woman

In the last decade, the number of women-owned businesses in the United States has increased by 58 percent. While this figure is encouraging, the challenges that women face in their efforts to break through the metaphorical glass ceiling remain very real today. With this in mind, the definition of success for women in business shifts from closing a profitable sale or receiving a promotion to simply being given the same opportunities to succeed as their male counterparts.

Whether starting a business from the ground up or joining an existing organization, the need for gender equality in leadership roles is still a topic of discussion across industries.

Break the norm

Oprah winfrey on The Power of Women

Eleanor Roosevelt

“A woman is like a teabag; you never know how strong it is until it’s in hot water.”

-Championing women’s rights for decades where she tirelessly worked to improve education access for women through establishing the She-She-She Camps to support homeless women. She was also the longest-serving first lady of the US.