Gallery: Top 6 Solar Powered Bags to Take You Back to School in Style

SAKKU IT TO ME We've featured Sakku bags before, and we're feeling the new line of these masterfully-crafted solar bags even more than the last. Not only do they have the added advantage of having a battery that can store solar energy (meaning that you can
 

SAKKU IT TO ME

We've featured Sakku bags before, and we're feeling the new line of these masterfully-crafted solar bags even more than the last. Not only do they have the added advantage of having a battery that can store solar energy (meaning that you can charge up your electronics even at night or when there is no direct sunlight), each bag is manufactured in Switzerland and all of the emissions generated during production are offset. Plus the head-turning nautical styling of the Sakku Buddy (pictured here) is definitely an added bonus.

Sakku Buddy $497 at Sakku

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  1. syntonic August 22, 2011 at 11:18 pm

    This list is great, I didn’t even know there were all these other solar bags, I got mine at http://solarprostore.com I think its was the best investment I ever made considering I can charge my phone anywhere!

  2. rixturey August 11, 2011 at 3:15 pm

    Love the backpacks — hate the price. If it were less than $50 more people would buy them.

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