Sailing Rope Bag

Made In South Africa
Regular price $130

Sailing Rope Bag made from byproduct cow leather with zipper closure, three interior compartments, and adjustable sailing rope strap so the bag can be worn as a crossbody or belt bag. 

Approximate Dimensions: 7.5"w x 6"h x 0.75"d plus 10" - 21" strap drop
This handbag will wear beautifully over time with normal precautions and will benefit from standard leather care. The leather will wear and show markings, creating a patina unique to its owner. Avoid contact with water, oils, creams, perfumes, staining liquids and rough or abrasive materials. Avoid contact with fabrics in a contrasting color to the handbag as color transfer may occur. For long-term storage, fill with tissue paper to maintain shape, zip any zippers, and place upright in a dust bag without anything stacked on top or tightly alongside in a temperate environment.
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Sailing Rope Bag

With a BA in fashion design, this designer strives for the balance between shape, texture, color and structure. She has been working with her partner in leather manufacturing since 2012 in Cape Town, South Africa.

The Sailing Rope Bag is made from byproduct leather and sailing rope offcuts that are too short for use on boats. They make every bag themselves, averaging about four a day. 

They focus on building mutually beneficial long-term relationships with their suppliers to ensure consistent high quality. Leather is sourced from a tannery just outside of Cape Town and sailing rope is from just around the corner from their workshop. The brass hardware is made in Cape Town and the zippers are from Lesotho.

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