By Contributor Stephanie Young
Being self-employed means I’m on the road a lot.
We commute 45 minutes each way three times a week to our office. We travel two days a week to auctions. This means I have to carry anything and everything I might need: snacks, Band-Aids, hand sanitizer, floss, make up, medicines, everything. And I need a good bag to do that.
That’s why I was excited to give the Niice cinch sack a try.
I am happy to say there are so many reasons to love this bag. First of all, the bags – and other Niice products like shirts, hoodies and hats – are made with a larger purpose: to help increase adoptions of older children.
The husband and wife who design the products were inspired by their own experience adopting a son when he was 17 years old.
“Every product proudly displays the acronym NIICE (Nurturing Individuals Inspiring Children Everyday) and our mission is to help adolescent children find their forever homes. Besides being super soft and having a great fit, Niice Stuff products are made from quality fabrics, impeccable craftsmanship, and everlasting fresh colors that look and feel great on your body. And they give back because a portion of every sale will be donated to the Community Partnership for Children.”
I have hauled my cinch sack everywhere so far and I love it. It’s very sturdy and easy to open and close.
The bag itself is deep and able to hold all of my stuff without looking messy. My previous purse had things sticking out all over because it was just too small! I don’t want a huge garish bag but I do need lots of space.
The cinch sack solved that problem. It has a clean, functional look with a cool name on the side. It also has a side pocket and my favorite part is it can be slung over the shoulder or worn like a back pack. Hands free is awesome!
Niice Stuff products retail for $22 to $59.95. At $29.95, the cinch sack would make a practical gift. I think any lady who is on the go would appreciate these bags as well as the cause they support.
Disclosure: I received a sample of a product to facilitate my review. No other compensation was provided and all views and opinions stated on this post are 100% my own.
Stephanie Young lives in a small Kansas town where she raises her 7-year-old boy, works with her husband in the family business and writes the blog, From the Burbs to the Boonies.
9 Comments on “Niice Cinch Sack Review”
Looks like a great bag! Thanks for the review.
Love niice products!
Wow, never heard of Niice products, but this looks like something that would be so handy to have with kids!!
Love the acronym Nice – Nurturing Individuals Inspiring Children Everyday… that is very cool. The bad also looks great.
Nice catchall bag
This sure is a cute bag !
I love little companies that help make the world a better place. A bonus: their bags look really nice! Love this.
Thanks,those bags are just so cute
cute design, love that you can carry it like a backpack