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Hand woven vegan has never been so timely

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Cotton backpacks for all seasons

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Where modern meets and respects tradition. Unique handwoven products from Mexico and Colombia made thanks to many generations of skill and love for art. Each item is handcrafted by a master weaver in their own home. Slow production is our motto: these beautiful creations are limited by the time each takes to create and you will cherish them for years. Follow and share Pazeña on social media. Thank you for visiting.

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SAKADO BACKPACK

Encore plus beau en vrai qu'en photo

J'aime beaucoup votre produit il est adorable et bonne qualité merci infiniment

Nouhaila Ells, from Tangier, Morocco

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HAZANA BACKPACK

Amazing and beautiful backpack

I bought this backpack a few months ago. It is just as I expected, maybe even better: nice-looking, very convenient because it has plenty of room inside even though it is not too big. It is comfortable to carry and the colors are beautiful. I washed it in my washer and it came out just like new! It is obvious that this was traditionally handmade and that it will be a long-lasting item. I can only recommend anyone to purchase this backpack.

Stéphanie dos Reis, from Paris, France

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HAZANA BACKPACK

Great Oaxacan backpack

I bought this beautiful Oaxacan made backpack 6 months ago.  I use it all the time, because it is practical, and comfortable to use.  It is made from very durable, handmade cloth. I love all the pockets, so practical for storing my cel phone, water bottle, money, iPad, small books, keys, etc.  I don’t loose my keys as often because I keep them attached to the key chain on the purse.   The cel phone fits in a pocket not easily seen.   I have had nice compliments regarding this bag. 

Shelly Young, from Hamilton, MA

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