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The Home Depot 7.25 in. Reusable Shopping Bag

The Home Depot

7.25 in. Reusable Shopping Bag

  • Constructed of durable nylon
  • Lightweight and distinctive
  • Environmentally friendly
$147 /each
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Product Overview

The Home Depot Reusable Shopping Bag is a great purchase for our customers who frequent our stores and don't want to waste another plastic bag. The durable, lightweight nylon is perfect for holding most small and medium sized products. The bright orange color will stand out when you store the bag at home so you can quickly find it.

  • Lightweight
  • Carrying handles
  • Durable nylon
  • Use over and over



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Shoulder strap
Tape Holder
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Tool Storage
Zippered Top

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 Day Return Policy

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Customer Questions & Answers

I understand people being upset that the OLD BAGS are gone, but what is the quality of THIS BAG, based on it's OWN MERITS?

This is still the BEST SHOPPING BAG out there. It is NOT as big as the old HD bag that had clips but its still the BEST bag out there. Why don't reviewers simply comment on the GOOD QUALITIES of this bag? With all the UNDER 5 STAR reviews, someone might take it to mean that these bags are sub-par. They are not. They are totally 5 star in all respects.
Asked by: ThatEcoDude
This bag, EXCEPT for the bright orange color, is almost the perfect reusable, ECO friendly, shopping [and general use, camping, fishing, stow jumper cables or other car items inside of it] type of bag. The quality between this HD poly bag and any other "suuposedly" eco friendly bag is this. Unless you use this bag to store and transport very sharp objects[knifes, nails, sharp edged steel pieces] this bag will be usaful for years to come. I confidently go to any grocery store's "Bulk food" aisle and buy those monster sized cans [number 10 cans I think they are called]. Also I'll buy those gallon glass jars of dill pickles. Then at checkout I will place 2 of the #10 cans of food and 2 or 3 glass gallon jars of dill pickles in one HD poly bag. At home I know that I'm going to safely haul those heavily filled bags, all the way from my vehicle up to my 3rd floor apt. As someone else mentioned, I also used one of these bags to buy several gallon cans of house paint. I NEVER worried the cans would cause the bag to rip out. Friends of mine use these for boating trips, camping trips, etc. I use a couple for hauling my laundry down 3 floors, to my apt bldg's laundry room. I would say that I've bought at least 50 of these over the past 4 years. I regularly have donated to charities like Rescue Mission. I've seen some homeless folks with these orangge poly bags and while they might fade a bit over the years of use, they are STILL WORKING! [NOTE: try leaving those cheesy non-poly shopping bags outside, just on sunny days. About 2 to 3 weeks of high UV exposure and those non poly eco bags LITERALLY fall to pieces. Those non-HomeDepot bags probably had good intentions, but having such bags just disintegrate upon exposure to UV just BITES!. One time I had triple bagged some books into 3 of the walgreens eco bags that had been on sale. After 2 weeks just sitting in my truck's front seat, when I went to lift the triple bagged books, the ENTIRE contents of the bag fell out the bottom of the 3 bags, all over the ground. Hence my dislike for any bags so constructed. Plus the reason WHY the HD poly bags became the answer to my prayers.
Answered by: disgruntled2016
Date published: 2017-01-09

What happened to tote bag

Home depot had a large orange tote bag with shopping cart handles (plastic) and it was nylon. How can I get more of them, not the small one but the larger bags.
Asked by: Francis
Afternoon. Unfortunately, we no longer carry this bag. However we do have item 206403188. It does not have plastic handles. We also have item 206448552 the insulated picnic basket.
Answered by: THDSupport
Date published: 2017-05-09
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Customer Reviews

7.25 in. Reusable Shopping Bag is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed with change in bag My company loved this bag because we were able to carry supplies and did not have to worry about the bag tearing because it was durable. This new bag is questionable and shaped like a regular bag that one can get anywhere. Please bring back the old had more uses and we loved it!
Date published: 2013-10-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from No plastic hooks I agree with the previous poster. The old bags were one trip to the house with 50 to 100 dollars worth of groceries. Luv if they would come back
Date published: 2013-08-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from BRING THE OLD BAGS BACK! I loved the old bag, which finally started to tear - and much to my surprise when I went to replace it, I couldn't find it anywhere in the store. It was SO convenient - enormous, well constructed, with two plastic clips to fit over the grocery cart. Such a great and unusual item - that no one else has - and of course now neither does HOME DEPOT. Why did they discontinue it - and why return with a small bag that is the same as everyone else??
Date published: 2014-04-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from worst decision by Home Depot. Ever why change a good thing? old bag was bigger and much more durable. not a viable replacement.
Date published: 2013-11-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK, but . . . This is fine for small tuff. Your previous uesuabl shopping bag was ideal for shopping at the market. The plastic locks clipped over the shopping cart so you could load in the items purchased. Please bring it back to The Home Dopot.
Date published: 2013-08-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible replacement This reusable shopping bag appears to be the same as the old totes that were outstanding. A buyer made a huge mistake in buying these bags, BUT they don't have the hard plastic clips that allow you to clip them on the sides of grocery shopping carts. Everyone raved about my "old" bags when they saw what they could do and how much they could hold. I ordered 8 of these and I have returned them. I will sew up the seams of my old bags and keep them in operation. Someone needs to learn about this mistake and get it corrected. The "old" bags were EXCELLENT!
Date published: 2014-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best reusable shopping bag ever Made of strong light weight nylon. Can fold and stuff it into your pocket. I bought several of these last year and people keep taking them. I paid 50 cent back then and now they are a dollar and still a great price.
Date published: 2016-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Actually, I love this bag, but........ This new bag is actually great. It has a wide with and I can fit 3 bags of groceries in it. It takes up as much room as a little pack of kleenex in your pocket or purse and the bag feels strong without much weight. I put two one gallon jugs of milk in it without any stretching. However...... bring back the heavy duty shopping bag. That thing is the best ever made. Please! I strapped two across the back of my motor scooter with $100 in groceries flying down the road at 50MPH. Haven't found anything close to it.
Date published: 2014-01-28
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