Contrast Scar Body Bag

608.81$

This Body bag is entirely hand sewn from high quality vegetable tanned leather. It has the design and characteristic of a fanny pack bag. The curved and molded shape is further developed with signature linear scar-scratch details and overall textured appearance. The beauty of the textured reversed leather is used in the rear part where a zip pocket is located. The adjustable buckle shoulder strap is crafted from thicker, yet softer leather with deep pores.

– Entirely Hand sewn & crafted item
– 100% vegetable tanned cow leather
– Curved & moulded shape
– One main compartment
– One rear pocket
– Front YKK zip closure with enlarged puller
– Adjustable shoulder buckle straps
– Entirely coated with natural oils
– Metal hardware
– Hand stitched in several types of stitching
– Textured, reversed leather on the rear
– Front distressed linear details
– Internal attached embossed logo

Item code: LB0245

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INFORMATION

Vegetable tanning is a process where leather is created using a traditional oldest method with natural extract /tannins/ such as tree bark. The characteristics and qualities of this type of leather feels artisan and personal. It is highly durable and can last decades.


This item is entirely hand cut, hand sewn and crafted in Minoar’s atelier.

OS SIZE /one size/

Height: 19 cm | 7.4 inches

Width: 34 cm | 13.3 inches

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Worldwide: 10€

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