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Lake Huron Tote

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A slip pocket on the side of Lake Huron tote is perfect for a phone, snack, or keys.

What do hauling groceries, lugging your library books, and carrying your latest quilting project have in common? They all require the simple functionality of our Lake Huron Tote: durable, heavy duty construction with comfortable web handles. Double waxed canvas bottom.


13"h x 13.5"w x 5.75"d


1260 c.i. (approx), weight: 1.40 lbs.


Two 2" cotton web.


2 slip on gussets.


Double canvas.


18 oz. waxed canvas, cotton web.

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  • 5
    Great tote!

    Posted by Jeff Mason on Nov 17th 2021

    This is a great tote. I commute 3 hours to work each week (and then stay for a few days) and was tired of throwing all my groceries/clothes into a cheap plastic grocery bag. This holds up well and looks great when I get to the office (even for a guy). It holds a surprising amount of stuff. Can easily get in 3 days worth of clothes in addition to a few days worth of groceries.

  • 5
    Simple and Rugged

    Posted by Barrett on Apr 19th 2021

    Exactly the tote bag I was looking for: canvas, strong handles, no interior pockets, made in USA. Every steam is stitched firmly. The stitching to keep the handles folded like that is brilliant. The perfect size for grocery shopping and it holds its shape well when empty. The exterior pockets are big enough for a grown man to grab something in them and hold things firmly enough that they aren't likely to fall out. I would love a premium option for a leather bottom and maybe leather handles, too.

  • 5
    Ultimate Handle Bag

    Posted by Charlie on Jan 10th 2018

    This bag excels in every category. I have a number of them and use them daily for carting everything imaginable around, camping, office, groceries, hunting, you name it. I do not believe you can over-weight them - they consistently hold whatever you can stuff in. Handles are comfortable and sturdy. Tough as nails - mine are several years old and get tossed around like the dogs' tennis balls. No sign of wear or damage. On top of all that they look great. I own many Frost River products but probably none that get used more often or are more versatile. Get some!