This mochila is crafted by Kankuamo women. They belong to an indigenous reservation in the Cesar region of the Sierra Nevada of Colombia. It is made from 100% fique, a plant native to the Andean region. The indigenous communities from the Colombian Andes extracted and used fique for several centuries to make garments, ropes, and other tools. Fique is well-known for its strength and durability. Fiber is naturally hand-dyed with vegetable dyes from plants also from the Andean region. Fairtrade accessories for both men and women. Join the fairtrade movement.
Wear it across your body or on one shoulder.
Pattern name: "Pensamiento De Mujer" or "Female Thought".
Pattern colors: Orange, purple.
Height: 33cm / Width: 25 cm / Strap Height: 51cm / Strap Width: 5cm
Weight: 200 grams
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