"i am surprised at this bag and how much it can hold! i was a little afraid because it seemed flimsy at first, but after putting in all my school materials and my little laptop, everything seemed to work out fine. my only problem is that it looks a little odd if there's not much in the bag, but still pretty cute. i definitively recommend buying it :)"
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Review 2 for Deena & Ozzy Geo Bucket Backpack
Location: Toronto, ON, Canada
best. bag. ever.
(November 26, 2012)
"A few months back, UO had a really awesome sale. in Canada. and I picked this up for dirt cheap. in Canada. It's still on sale, and as such, I say, WHY ARE YOU HESITATING?
maybe the material looks flimsy, but I take pretty good care of my stuff and I can tell from my usage already this bag is built to last. No visible wear and tear and I've used it at least ten times.
The bag isn't structured, it expands and contracts based on what you put in. I don't use this for school, though I'm in college, because I prefer to take a structured, sturdy, padded backpack when I drag my six pound textbooks and laptop to class. Nevertheless, I've fit a hoodie, a book or two, a waterbottle, my wallet, my mp3 player, a small brush, and a few other things. It gets puffy and looks full, but not awkwardly.
The print isn't as strong in person, it's more of a rough woven material.Please, don't be discouraged by this! Regardless of what the bag rubs against, it doesn't pill the fabric of my clothes!! (pilling is where it leaves little raised balls of fabric that make once soft, smooth material feel rough). I had to retire my other backpack because its blend of fabric was destroying all my clothes via pill. Also, the lining on the bottom and holding the straps down is practically leather. It's awesome.
Overall, the print is very 80s, and works with just about anything. I usually wear it with a neon yellow coat (my fall jacket).
Do not hesitate, this bag rules."
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Review 3 for Deena & Ozzy Geo Bucket Backpack
Location: new york,ny
(September 16, 2012)
"I wouldn't pay 30 bucks for it because in the store I only paid 7. It's a great bag though. I'd really get it, but not for 30 bucks."
"I think all my purchases from Urban always has the review title of, "omgzzzz i love dis so much." Really though. I do love my purchases that much.
And so I begin. This purchase was truly unique. It was the most loveliest bag I had ever laid my eyes on. I normally don't say such things about a bag because I don't really like carrying around handbags. I'm more of a backpack person. And...well. This just did it for me. I have several backpacks, and this one is not too overbearing in which it screams, "HI. IM NOT IN SCHOOL ANYMORE BUT I STILL CARRY A BACKPACK EVERYWHERE. WHO KNOWS WHAT I ACTUALLY CARRY IN HERE."
Ok. Let's get down to business. I bought this in stores, but I figured I'd do this review for all those curious.
The bag consists of two pockets on the inside. One cell phone pocket holder that probably will not do any justice for my big bulky phone, a zippered pocket. There is also another pocket on the front (as shown on the picture), adjustable straps, oh and the ever so obvious main compartment - spacey enough to hold whatever junk you may carry. Most likely not for anything heavy like textbooks of any kind. It's still pretty freakin' great for anything else - traveling, work, on the go, etc.
Also. The material seems to be pretty cheap as anyone would say. The bottom is not as thin, and can hold up. It's not like I'm going to carry such heavy things in it to the point of it breaking on me. I mean I bought this in stores so I could actually see and touch the actual product. I had no problems with the product whatsoever."