Introducing our entry into the Great Tote Wars™️: “The Sophie” City Tote by the Squirrel Census (and made with help from our friends at Danger Press). This cute number — named after our canine founder, and perfect for the side-carry on a crowded subway — is not only medium-sized for easy urban exploration such as a park excursion with wine, espresso cheese, a book or two, the Sunday Times, a beanie, and squirrel-sighting binoculars; it also outpaces most other totes on the market thanks to the simple fact that it forgoes the usual brand emblem and utilizes crucial tote space to provide admirers with an interesting data point: Yes, there are 2,373 Eastern gray squirrels in Central Park. Also features abstract depiction of Central Park, and a “True North” arrow for casual way-finding. Guaranteed to make you look stylish and “in the know,” but also likely to spark conversation — some say the true measure of a tote’s value.
Made by EnviroTote ("the literary community's tote of choice," we've heard), the bag is 10.-oz recycled cotton. It's 13 inches wide, 14 inches high, with gusset things that open to provide 3 inches of depth. 25-inch Spun Poly handles.