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    Anyone have a lead on a nice, basic, somewhat inexpensive lunchbox?


    I'm bringing my lunch to work more and more and the bag I'm using is getting a little ragged.


    Dappered did a piece on the "classic construction worker lunchbox" last year, but it's no longer available on Amazon.


    No real special requirements other than:

    -It can carry food

    -No Hello Kitty, Nascar, skulls, etc.


    Thanks!


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    How about 80's nostalgia metal lunch boxes? I saw some at Five Below this summer.


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    As awesome as my GI Joe and WWF lunchboxes were back in the 80's, IMO they're a little too hipster now and would probably look pretty ridiculous with my business casual work clothes... I would rather stick to something plain. Appreciate the idea, though.


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    Have you checked out:

    http://www.lunchboxes.com/plain.html


    I just use my messenger bag and put my tupperware in a grocery store bag in case of explosion. Not sexy but it takes up less room and when I carried both I looked like an urban sherpa.

    My Measurements: 6' 1" height, 35" sleeves, 41-42" chest/jacket, 35" waist, 34" inseam, 11.5D/EEE shoes, 200 lbs

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    Thanks Yacko -- that's what I'm looking for. I looked through Amazon, ebay, etc. but of course not "lunchboxes.com"...


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    Yeah, I just use the grocery store plastic bags myself.


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