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.
With several organizer pockets and comfort handles, this is an ideal travel bag for those who don’t want to sacrifice style or size for practicality and security. A zippered pocket on the back secures documents or cash, while a snap pocket on the front can keep a cell phone close at hand. Or use the interior organizer slot pockets for extra security. A snap divider pocket inside is large enough to keep an iPad® or Kindle® safe. The flat bottom construction makes it easy to set down without fear of toppling over, helping you stay organized.
Made in Bolivia. Top-grain cowhide with cotton/polyester blend lining. 12"W x 11"H x 5"D, 27" straps. Inner device pocket is 8 1/2"H x 8 1/2"W.
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