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Hand woven has never been so practical

Sakado backpack

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These backpacks are woven from Mexican cotton using the pre-Colombian backstrap loom technique, which has been around for thousands of years in many parts of the world.

Hazaña™ backpack: 5 pockets

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It takes 12 hours of expert work to make a backpack, from setting up the loom until the last pocket is sewn.

CAPRICHO™: another 5 pocket backpack

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For casual travel, college, day trips, day hikes (even in hot desert climates), bike rides, horse riding, and as an everyday backpack bag.

Oaxacan wool and leather backpack

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These wool items are woven on foot looms, another type of loom brought over from Europe in the 1800s.

Another quality wool and leather backpack

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The quality of the sewing matters just as much

as the quality of the weaving.

A very cute shoulder bag

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Call this fair-trade, ethical, slow production, small batch, minimal waste, handcrafted, it is just a leap back in time.

Small Oaxacan wool rugs

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