Blue and White Cotton Backpack from Guatemala, "Sky of Guatemala"
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Capturing the beauty of Guatemala's skies, Cristina Sajvin creates this backpack, which is handwoven from cotton to feature intricate geometric patterns in blue and white. Accented with russet faux suede, this backpack drapes over the shoulders on two adjustable straps or can be held via a handle. A zipper pocket decorates the back of this bag, which opens with a belt buckle and a drawstring to reveal a lined interior in black.
- 0.36 kgs
- 0.8 lbs
- Bag: 38 cm H x 28 cm W x 14 cm D
- Bag: 15" H x 11" W x 5.5" D
- Strap(s): 70 cm min L - x 86 cm max L x 2 cm W
- Strap(s): 27.5" min L - x 34" max L x 0.8" W
- Drop length: 35 cm min L - x 40 cm max L
- Drop length: 13.75" min L - x 15.75" max L
- Handle(s): 10 cm L x 2 cm W
- Handle(s): 3.9" L x 0.8" W
- Drop length: 5 cm from strap to bag
- Drop length: 2" from strap to bag
Reviews by Customers
My teenager loves the colors and print of this great backpack. It?s nice to be reminded of the beauty of other cultures while wearing a fun, beautiful, and useful everyday product.
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