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New Shusokumb Tote Bag inspired by Oprah Winfrey's 'Get Movin'
26
Jun '09
KL Bag Company unveiled the perfect accessory for today's fashion and fitness conscious woman - the Shusokumb tote bag.

Stylish and highly functional, the Shusokumb (pronounced Shu-Sock' Em) is a compartmentalized tote for busy women on the go. Inspired by Oprah Winfrey's motto, "Get Movin," the tote's creator Robert Ginyard, designed the tote bag to simplify a woman's life with style, while making it easier for women to walk to work and promote wellness through walking.

Chic, elegant and multi-functional, the Shusokumb tote bag was designed for a woman who knows how to remain stylish and organized and provides functional way to carry everything a woman needs in one convenient and comfortable bag. And for those women who commute to work and make the switch from sneakers or other comfortable casual shoes to more workplace appropriate shoes, the tote has compartments to hold dress shoes, socks, umbrella and more.

The Shusokumb also features padded cell phone and iPod pouches, a key fob, mesh water bottle holder, a flat pocket for reading materials and work supplies and compartments for other modern accessories.

The Shusokumb tote conveniently unzips to lay flat for easy packing in a suitcase or storage and its vertical design (tote size is 14" x 14" x 6") make it less intrusive for travel on subways, trains or buses.

Some say it's a matter of style, others say it's a matter of comfort. Whatever side you choose, the Shusokumb appeals to a woman's practicality and sense of style.

This versatile tote is available in five popular colors: black, beige, green, navy blue and red and is made of durable lightweight microfibers and weighs 1.5 lbs.

Whether a professional woman, mother, or busy student - being a woman is a full-time job and the Shusokumb encourages that all women do what they do best, carry what they need and do it in style.

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