This lightweight rattan bag is the perfect option for day trips. The long cross-body strap keeps your hands free while keeping your items secure. Small enough to carry all day, but large enough to hold a travel guide, tablet, sunglasses, even a lightweight layer for when your explorations last until sundown. Features a small, easy-access exterior pocket and two inner pockets: one zippered pocket and one slot pocket for cell phones.
Rattan is the name for a huge variety of palm plants. Its canes are used to make furniture and baskets, and its flexible reeds can be woven to make bags, and hats, and more. Almost three-quarters of the world’s rattan is grown in Indonesia, where artisans make this rattan and leather tote.
Handmade in Bali, Indonesia. Rattan with leather details, cotton batik lining. 12"W x 11"H x 3"D. 24" straps.
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