PHOTOS: Trade Pins In Style With These Brand New Pin Trading Bags Available At Walt Disney World

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For all the pin traders out there, I get it. Whether we like to admit it or not, it is sometimes a large decision whether or not we are going to bring our pins for the day. They are heavy, and they are clunky. When we wear them on our lanyards they are in all of our cool Instagram pics, its an issue. Not anymore! We saw 3 new stylish pin trading bags for those that would rather seek style and comfort.

Denim Mickey Ears Pin Bag – $39.99

This bag is made of denim fabric with a golden rim around the ears as well as a golden zipper opening. It is a crossbody bag that has removable clasps for the over the shoulder straps.

The bag’s tag shows that the bag is designed to display your pins on the outside of the bag as well as inside.


There are four interior pockets for the storage of your pins. Each sleeve is protected by a plastic sheath that will keep your pins in pristine condition after being lugged around the park.

The ornament attached to the zipper has a rose gold type “Est. 1999” Pin Trading logo to celebrate over 20 years of trading!

Black Mickey Mouse Over-The-Shoulder Pin Bag – $49.99

This bag is for the more avid pin trader that may need a little bit of extra cargo space for their carry-on bag. This over the should bag is in a more unisex style that is right for any pin trader. A simple but classic design, with Mickey’s face front and center.

The Mickey shield of the bag is easily removed by just a simple magnetic button. Once removed, a zippered square interior base is revealed.


We counted 4 pockets on this pin bag as well. The sleeves in this bag were much bigger, able to hold many more pins. This is the typical shape and style of the Pin Trading branded shoulder bags that have typically been present in the parks.

Gray Mickey Mouse Grab Bag Style Pin Bag – $19.99

For the pin traders that are not as into displaying their pins or lugging their entire collection around the park, this small attachable bag may be for you. This will be popular with those that deal in common pins. Those that come to the park with large grab bag style pouches not really caring to necessarily keep the pins in pristine condition.

The pin bag has a deep pocket that is drawn together by a draw string. Making sure your pins don’t get dumped out while you are upside down on Rockin’ Roller Coaster… although, we wouldn’t test it!


We found all three of these new pin bags at The Darkroom in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. We will keep our eye out for them around the parks. Which one is your favorite?