Hoops, hoops, and more hoops!
As time goes by it can be easier and easier to collect more and more hoops. I recently did a Google search for “Hula Hoop Bags” but unfortunately most of what came up was just details and images of Chanel’s Hula Hoop Bag. (pictured on the right).
Below are some great bag options for carrying your hoops.
“They come in all shapes and sizes!!”
No, they don’t. Just different sizes. Same shape. The shape we love. 😉
Hula Hoop Backpack Accessories
If you don’t need a hoop bag but need a way to easily carry your hoop, using a hoop carrying accessory is a great way to get around.
Check out these two great options on Etsy.
Hula Hoop Huggies
Hula Hoop Huggies aren’t really a “bag” per say, but they will help to cover and protect your hoops during travel. Huggies are a strip of stretch fabric with an elastic band to wrap around your hoop. They allow you to carry your hoops over your shoulder. The only downside to this style of bag is that you can’t store anything inside the bag without the risk of it falling out. It is also not the best option for flying with hula hoops but is a less expensive and compact bag option. Do a search on Etsy for Hula Hoop Huggies.
Collapsible Hula Hoop Bags
Collapsible hoop bags are a great option is you have hoops that either coil down infinity style or that break down into 4-6 sections. Check out these great collapsible hoop bag options below.
This sleek looking Collapsible Hoop Bag from Marawa The Amazing fits 6 hoops plus other small items in the centre of the bag, adjustable straps, and optional black, leopard, or cheetah print.
Straight Bags for Sectional Collapsible Hoops:
For hoops that break down into 4-6 different sections you can use other bags that are designed to carry different items. For example, Yoga Mat Bags can work well for this style of collapsible hoop, just be sure the check that the bag’s length is long enough before you purchase. Also check out this custom made hoop bag from TetonHoops.
Circular Hula Hoop Bags
Circular hula hoop bags are great because you can still carry you hoops like you normally would up on your shoulder, the bags tend to be less bulky than full hoop bags, and you’re less likely to full it up with a bunch of things in the middle like a giant cluttered purse.
The Hoop Onsies by Spin-FX.com – They have multiple size options and even have a Padded Hoop Bag option! It’s designed for their LED lyra but if you want to protect your LED hoops while traveling, this is an awesome choice. Can fit up to 8 hoops.
Full Hula Hoop Bags
Full hula hoop bags can sometimes be more bulky than the circular bags, however since they are fully enclosed bags they allow you to store other items in the centre of the bag. These are great for flying as it can help you store more for your trip. If you’re already paying for oversized luggage you might as well get the most out of it!
Another great Full Hoop Bag can be found from Juggle Gear, it’s durable, slightly padded, has two different styles of carrying straps, a small inside pocket, and a clear slot to put in your personal contact information should your bag be misplaced.