Rated 2 out of 5 by JoannaR Poorly constructed handles
After three months of using the Everything Fits bag, one of the straps is coming apart from the seam, exposing the inner padding. I intentionally purchased a bag from Gaiam because I thought that the construction would be better than similar brands. It's a shame, I do like that it can fit a good amount, but the shape is a bit awkward and bulky for commuting on public transportation.
January 13, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ashvet23 Bag with great utility
I got this bag for my mom for Christmas and she loves it. It was hard to find a simple bag with all the features that this one has: yoga mat straps, water bottle pockets, and a vented compartment for shoes.
January 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Teresa27 Small Bag That Seems to Hold EVERYTHING
Bought this bag for my Mom for Christmas. She LOVED it! I think it might have been her favorite gift. Holds everything you could want without being overly large. Great that the yoga mat attaches underneath!
December 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Windhorse Fantastic Color & Size
Absolutely love the purple color along with the size of bag. Not too big & can still get all that I need in it. Good design.
December 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by jayzeebee An absolute MUST for the working girl on the go!
I'm a lawyer in Chicago and I go straight from work to the gym most weekdays via public transportation. My gorgeous Kate Spade work bag had to be retired because the shoulder straps snapped from the weight of everything I carry during the day. For months I looked for a non-bulky, reasonably priced, work-friendly, stylish bag equipped with compartments in which I could fit all of the following without having it burst into pieces: sneakers, workout clothes, umbrella, winter gear (yay Chiberia!), water bottle, wallet, breakfast and lunch for work, planner, ipod, keys, gym lock, and the occasional accessory or two. For any other bag, this would be a tall order, but NOT for the EFGB. Everything has an easily accessible spot, none of my belongings get ruined, and there's STILL room for more stuff! I was also pleased to get the awesome cyber Monday deal, which came to $48. Contrary to what some other users have said, the bag was bigger than I thought it would be. However, I much rather have the extra space than the opposite problem. And there's no strain on the handles at all. Also, it doesn't take up as much space on the bus or train as I thought it might, which was my biggest concern with its size. It's just like a regular large workbag, without the bulkiness. It's also going to be my new carry on bag for air travel. I would recommend this bag to anyone who loves carrying a ton of stuff, including my 80-year-old grandmother, who is far from a gym rat, but knows how to fill a bag to the brim!
December 22, 2014