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Ergo Style is a microfiber bag that can be worn over the shoulder or across the body. It comes in three shades, including black, red and taupe, and contains a wide variety of pockets for items of different sizes. This bag has been designed to hug your body (especially your spine) instead of swinging away from you as you walk, which will promote comfort and good posture. When you're wearing this bag, the main zipper is meant to rest against your back, which means it'll be difficult for anyone to steal your things.
The cost of Ergo Style is $29.99 plus $5.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Ergo Style at the discounted price of only $14.99 for a total price of $50.97.
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To get started with your Ergo Style bag, your first step will be to add the items you want to carry to its various inner and outer pockets. These include a cushioned pocket that's ideal for tablets, one that's been created specifically for pens, and a zippered pocket on the front that will comfortably hold most wallets. Your largest items, such as books, shoes, and clothing should go in the largest inner pocket. At this point, you can also add your keychain to your bag's key hook, if you choose.
Before you sling your bag over your shoulder or across your body, make sure all its pockets that have built-in closures are securely closed. Some of them will zip up, while others have magnetic closures, so you'll need to be mindful of that as you close them. The pockets without closures are on the inside of each bag, so the bag's main zipper will still keep the items in those pockets safe.
Next, add your bag to your body so you can carry it by slinging it over one shoulder or extending the strap across your body. If you go with the second option, the strap should be resting over one shoulder while the bag sits against the center of your back. With the first option, your bag should be sitting more to one side of your back (the same side as the shoulder that's supporting the strap). If you need to adjust your bag's strap to fit you better, that can be done fairly quickly.
After you've got your bag on and have checked to make sure that its main zipper is against your back instead of facing outwards, you'll be able to head off with your bag. It's great to wear while walking, but if you enjoy cycling, its design will stop it from falling off as you bike, if its strap is positioned across your body. If your fitness level is high, you may even be able to jog with this bag.
Each Ergo Style bag has a body-hugging shape, which means that the bag will contour itself to line up with the curve of your spine after you've put it on. This will help promote good posture by allowing you to stand up straight instead of nudging you into a hunched-over position. It'll also help evenly distribute the weight of your load from the top of your back to the bottom, instead of forcing one part of your back or shoulder to bear most of the weight. As a result, this bag will feel lighter than many other backpacks or shoulder bags, even if you're carrying just as many things in it as you normally would. Plus, you'll likely experience little to no back or shoulder pain while you're wearing this bag or after taking it off.
When you're obtaining one of these bags, you'll be able to choose either a black, a red or a taupe one. You may prefer one shade over the others, but all three of these shades will appeal to people of a wide variety of age groups and genders. If you get tired of carrying the same bag every day, you might even want to get one of these bags in all three shades.
The microfiber material used to create each of these bags is known for being lightweight yet strong. Consequently, you won't feel like you're adding rocks to your back by putting on one of these bags, but it'll also be unlikely to break after just a few months of use. In fact, one might last you for several years, and the classic design probably won't ever go out of style.
If a person has to carry a backpack or shoulder bag for hours, a common complaint is that the shoulder strap digs into the user's skin. Fortunately, the strap on each Ergo Style bag is cushioned, so while you may feel it against your body as you walk, that sensation will be soft and not painful. Moreover, each strap has been designed to rest securely against the body, which means you'll be able to keep both hands free instead of using either of them to reposition the strap.
This bag is large enough that it can hold a wide variety of things, including a pair of sneakers or a change of clothes (or perhaps both). However, with dimensions of seven by 19 by 11 inches, it's small enough that any airline will likely allow you to have it with you on board. If you're traveling by vehicle, it'll take up just a foot or so of space. Even if you're bringing a larger suitcase along on a trip, this bag will make an excellent second bag to hold any extra items you'd otherwise have to leave at home.
Some bags, like ones that are neon-colored or covered with designs, won't look good with every piece of clothing in the bag owner's closet. Your Ergo Style bag, on the other hand, will look attractive with most pieces of clothing, from a casual workout outfit to a business suit and high-heeled boots. It'll even look good with most dresses, as long as they aren't super-formal evening gowns.
Most people consider their smartphone one of the most essential objects in their bag these days, but it can be a pain to dig through a crowded bag for a small, dark-colored phone. Your Ergo Style bag will help solve that problem, though, since each bag contains a pocket on the outside that's an ideal size for a cell phone. Due to the magnetic closure on this pocket, you won't even need to waste time undoing a zipper when you need to use your phone.
Although this bag is strong and durable, that doesn't mean it can withstand absolutely anything, and should not be overfilled. If your bag is so full that some of the zippers or magnetic closures won't close, or stuff is poking out of any of the outer pockets, some things must be removed. Otherwise, the closures could break or the bottom of your bag could literally bust open while you're walking.
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