Gallery: NoonSolar Bags: Solar Power Your Electronics with Your Bag!

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While replacing lazy summer afternoons with crisp autumn mornings doesn’t exactly make us want to jump for joy, at least we can do it with panache! Whether you’re trudging woefully back to campus or dragging your lifeless body into your cubicle, NoonSolar bags can enervate more than just your spirits. These slick messengers and purses collect the rays of the sun and churn them into fresh juice for your PDA, iPod or other must-be-charged gadget. And with everyone’s minds on energy, these smart bags may even give your class/office popularity index a boost when you supply those in need with power off of your “personal grid.” Read on to check out two of our favorite NoonSolar styles.

Named for one of the longest and most bikeable streets in Chicago, the tailored Elston messenger bag will easily add class and polish to any ensemble. Made of buttery, chocolate brown leather, this bag is made to last and provides enough spark to power your cell phone or mp3 player.

NOONSOLAR ELSTON MESSENGER BAG – $447

The elegant Cortland is an oldie but goodie that we’ve kept in our shop because it simply doesn’t go out of style. Roomy enough to fit all your books and folders, but petite enough to maintain its tidy look, this chic purse comes in black, midnight, chocolate or midnight/ivory leather which is chrome-free and naturally-tanned and dyed.

NOONSOLAR CORTLAND BAG – $418

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  1. jando August 24, 2009 at 11:44 am

    Love the bags. Love the concept. And if any of your viewers love other eco-friendly fabrics like we do, stop by our site for beautiful organics and naturals at JO Fabrics.

  2. katherine August 24, 2009 at 9:14 am

    Maybe green, but too white

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