This lightweight rattan bag is the perfect option for day trips. The long cross-body strap lets you keep your hands free while keeping your things secure. Small and lightweight enough to carry all day, but large enough to hold a travel guide, tablet, sunglasses, even a lightweight layer for when your exploring keeps you out after the sun goes down. Rattan is the name for a huge variety of palm plants, whose canes are used to make furniture and baskets, and whose flexible reeds can be woven to make bags, hats, and more. Almost three-quarters of the world’s rattan is grown in Indonesia, where artisans make this rattan and leather tote.
Features a small exterior pocket for quick access to essentials and two inner pockets, one zippered pocket and one slot pocket for cell phones.
Handmade in Bali, Indonesia. Rattan with leather details, cotton batik lining. 12"W x 11"H x 3"D. 24" straps. Outside pocket is 5" wide and 5 1/4" high. There are 2 inside pockets: 1 open cell phone pocket for easy access. 1 Zippered pocket that is 5 3/4" wide and 5 " high
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