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Product Spotlight: Yield Picnic Bag

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We're digging the new multi-purpose Picnic Bag from San Francisco based Yield Design Co. It goes from being an everyday stylish and useful tote bag to a picnic blanket in a pinch.

While you're here, check out our favorite picnic accessories to carry in your bag—Maru Biodegradable Plates, Cloverware Lite Utensils, Bento Box, and My Hashi Chopsticks and Case.

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  When it comes to a great design we think simple is usually best and the team at Yield really nailed the concept utilizing one continuous zipper that functions as the handle when carrying the bag and then opens it up into the blanket.
    When it comes to a great design we think simple is usually best and the team at Yield really nailed the concept utilizing one continuous zipper that functions as the handle when carrying the bag and then opens it up into the blanket.
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  Using top quality materials is important to the designers and they’ve even secured manufacturing in the U.S. Made of highly durable, camping grade water-resistant materials, the bag is strong enough to not only haul your goods around, but also to turn any spot into a perfect place to sit and enjoy a picnic on the fly.
    Using top quality materials is important to the designers and they’ve even secured manufacturing in the U.S. Made of highly durable, camping grade water-resistant materials, the bag is strong enough to not only haul your goods around, but also to turn any spot into a perfect place to sit and enjoy a picnic on the fly.
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  The Yield Picnic Bag / Blanket is currently for sale in Yield’s  online shop for $56.
    The Yield Picnic Bag / Blanket is currently for sale in Yield’s online shop for $56.
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  Check out our favorite picnic accessories to carry in your bag. From clockwise: My Hashi Chopsticks and Case, Cloverware Lite Utensils, Maru Biodegradable Plates, and the Bento Box.

    Check out our favorite picnic accessories to carry in your bag. From clockwise: My Hashi Chopsticks and CaseCloverware Lite UtensilsMaru Biodegradable Plates, and the Bento Box.

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