Most comfortable Coach shoulder bag?

Sep 7, 2009
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Which in you all Coachies' opinion is the most comfortable Coach Shoulder bag in leather? I am wondering about Zoe? I have to make a long trip... Change three flights and also will be doing lot of walking in the city. I am not a crossbody bag gal.Should I buy a Zoe off the bay or any other previous design or a bag now at the boutique. TIA
 

paula3boys

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Sep 16, 2008
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I think my full price large Zoe is the most comfortable shoulder bag and then next to it would be my Alexandra (regular size)
 

buttercup784eve

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May 13, 2009
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Anything from the parker line is really comfortable. The shoulder strap is nice and smooshy, and it stays put and doesn't slide down. There are a bunch of hippies on ebay right now.
 

Coffee&Coach

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There's a hobo that is extremely similar to the Zoe coming out with the next floorset if you're looking for something from the FP store. It comes in fabric and leather.
 

ecj*waxy

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Definitely Zoe! I have a medium and a large patent. I love them both...they are super comfortable! For a bag that is available now, I would say the Madison Shoulder Bag. It's a beautiful bag and very comfortable, too. It is rather large though, which could be a drawback during flying and and a lot of walking.
 

darkangel07760

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Yea I usually like crossbody bags, because I don't like having my shoulder bag slip off. I am curious as to what people think, because obviously there are alot more shoulder bags out there than crossbody. I have a couple shoulder bags, but I don't like the straps... they also don't have enough of a drop for me either.
 

coachmommyofmin

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I always thought Carly was really comfortable, then Zoe, then the recent Madison Crossbody Shoulder bag (the one for $298) and the Brooke. Hoping for new styles, and as we hear they seem to be arriving soon, can't wait :smile:
 

danimeex

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I think I read somewhere that the name of the Ergo line comes from "ergonomic" which is basically about being comfortable and reducing strain. AHHH, someone please correct me if I'm wrong on the etymology with that one. Sounds right though!

My most comfortable bags are my Ergo and my Parker. My mom uses Zoes and loves them and she's all about comfort lol! :smile: And you can't go wrong with a crossbody either.