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Soft Leather Travel Bag

 

Leather Traveler Bag
Leather Traveler Bag
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Category: Clothing/Accessories/Travel Bags
Made from soft, full-grain leather, our durable, travel bag keeps your necessities safe and organized. With zip closures, an exterior pocket for cell phone or glasses, a security pocket that protects your important documents, and an adjustable strap that can be worn across the body for added security, it's the perfect bag for the savvy traveler. Folds flat for packing.
Available colors: Black, Blue, Brown, Cinnamon, Green, Red
$199.00
Basketweave Leather Travel Bag
Basketweave Leather Travel Bag
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Category: Clothing/Accessories/Travel Bags

Not all adventures call for huge backpacks or technical gear bags. When you’re an urban explorer, sometimes you want accessories that complement the city’s chic. Our soft and slouchy leather hobo bag is an ideal balance of style and practicality. One exterior zip pocket, three interior slip pockets, and a key fob all help keep things like keys, wallet, phone, and passport right at hand. The zip closure is a must for travel security.


Available colors: Black, Red
$299.00
Cochabamba Leather Travel Bag
Cochabamba Leather Travel Bag
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Category: Clothing/Accessories/Cultural Bags

Cattle ranching and leather-making have been important parts of the Bolivian economy since Jesuits introduced it during the Spanish Conquest. Each piece of this soft leather bag is hand-cut and assembled by skilled artisans in Cochabamba in central Bolivia, known as the Garden City because of its year-round springtime temperatures.


$228.00
Oruro Leather Bag
Oruro Leather Bag
(Based on 3 reviews)
Category: Clothing/Accessories/Cultural Bags

Artisans in Bolivia's Oruro and Potosí communities craft this buttery-soft leather bag, combining pieces of traditional woven tapestry. Both towns grew up around local silver mines in the early 1600s, but today the region is known more for its crafts and festivals like the famous Carnaval de Oruro. The tapestries are created on horizontal looms, with the artisans making up the pattern as they go along. Craftspeople in nearby La Paz combine the weaving with supple leather to create a handsome everyday bag.


$99.00