Fair Trade, artisanal Mochilas from Colombia. Made entirely by hand by women from the Arhuaco indigenous group.
The Mochila Arhuaca is an admired Colombian artisan bag made by the Arhuaco people of the Sierra Nevada. Nowadays, the bags have turned into a cultural emblem for Colombian identity. In the 1960s, the mochila arhuaca accessed large Colombian cities and is used predominantly by young people today as a way to declare their native culture.
100% Virgin Wool. Model is 5'8". Free shipping within the US.
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