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The Rustic Lunch Tote That Will Curb Your Take-Out Addiction

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Today's pick comes from Racked National associate editor Kenzie Bryant.

No. 215 Lunch Tote, $65, by Artifacts Bags Co. at Etsy

$65 is a lot to pay for a lunch bag. Especially if it's intended to replace plastic bags, which cost me about zero dollars on average. But for the environment, and for US of A, and for the great state of Nebraska, and for my take-out-addicted wallet, and for my wardrobe, I will pay $65 for this Made in America lunch tote crafted at Artifacts Bags Co., the handmade leather and canvas goods company out of Omaha. Also, I just couldn't rationalize this one in the end.
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