SAKADO handcrafted vegan backpacks, woven art made in Oaxaca.
Regular price$ 119.00Sale
Have you ever worn a woven cotton backpack? Well, let us tell you that they feel very nice and comfortable to wear as they are breathable (outside woven cotton) and soft. When would you use it? How about everyday, or for day hikes, school, travel, bike rides, commuting, cold or hot weather, or all of the avove. What else? They are vegan, unisex and machine-washable (instructions below)! Let them surprise you... in all the different colors and Zapotec patterns. Contact us if you don't see the color you would like. Free shipping to all of Mexico.
Dimensions: 35 cm high x 33 cm wide x 5 cm deep (14" x 13" x 2").Measurements may vary slightly due to the manual nature of the work.
Weight: 590 g (1.3 lb)
Outside 100% cotton
Fully lined. Color of lining may vary.
One zipper pocket inside:
The zipper pocket outside, under the flap, is approx. 22 cm (8.6") wide x approx. 20 cm (7.8") high (internal dimensions of pocket). This pocket is not lined:
The optional cross-body bag fits in this pocket (Click here to see the set, sold separately):
Adjustable shoulder straps are 3 cm wide (1.1")
Closure by lace-lock and double velcro under the flap:
Velcro is used as a safety feature. No one can open your bag without you hearing it. Even though Velcro can be a hassle, it is more efficient than magnetic or button closure for this purpose.
For assorted tiny coin pouch, click here. For assorted pouches: click here for Large, here for Medium and here for Small. Smartphone pouch here.
Care instructions: Prewash stains by hand in cold water with a mild soap. Main wash: Hand or machine wash separate in cold water, mild detergent, gentle cycle, preferably inside a mesh bag or pillow case. Let dry in the shade. NO DRYER. Iron with steam on cotton setting as needed.
Allow 3 to 9 weeks for delivery. Sent by Correos de Mexico with a tracking number. Will reach buyers through their local postal service. Free shipping to all of Mexico.
Woven ethically on a waist loom and sewn in Oaxaca, Mexico, by Gloria and her team: