Snacks in a Sack ~ Sacko Insulated Lunch Bag Review
Hello friends, how many of you were affected by the first major “snow storm of the season”? I don’t care how many people complained about it turning out to be a dud, I am truly glad that it didn’t turn out to be as bad as predicted.
However, it did get me to think about making another DIY “snow survival kit“ for the car. This year’s kit is going to be stored in a Sacko Insulated Lunch Bag from Amazon.
The Sacko Insulated Lunch Bag with an adjustable shoulder strap is a great size, perfect for soccer moms who carry snacks to the game or for an extra large lunch for the road crew who are out salting the roads in anticipation of the next big snow storm.
It also features an elastic rope on the side to hold beverages, magazines or newspapers and a side handle for an easy grip and go.
The Sacko Insulated Lunch Bag is 12.25″h x 10.25″w x 8.75″d and I have mine filled with non perishables food items as well as bottles of water to keep in the back seat in case of an emergency this winter. It will also make for a great beach tote this summer.
You should order one today from Amazon for a quick ship, that way you’ll have it before the next “major snow storm of the season”. Remember last year’s #PolarVortex hit around this same time in February!!!
Stay safe and warm until the next storm!
Shhhhhhhh don’t mention that cold thing again! Nice kit there.
Thanks, it’s supposed to be freezing cold this weekend!
Snow…oh how I hate it!!!! Forecasters are predicting snow in Atlanta this Monday and I’m suppose to be on my way home from my trip then. I may be stuck in Miami but hey I’m not complaining! This is a really nice lunch kit. I can use something like that on my road trip travels.
I hope you have a fantastic time in Miami…no snow there…but it may be when you get back. Traveling mercies.
O my gosh don’t show this to my hubby he has a thing for lunch sacks & coolers. We have to many ! This one does look really great I will say!
Suzie, show him – lol
This would actually be great for storing a snow emergency kit in your car. Hopefully you won’t need it for that reason! 🙂
So true, but it’s better to be safe than sorry! Hope you had a wonderful weekend and Happy Valentine’s Day.