Straps

Indigenous people made this resistant bag straps using various pre-colonial techniques. Each pattern is unique, smartly combined and refers to elements of nature. The belt ends are refined with natural or eco-leather from pineapple leaves. The straps can be used not only as alternating bag handles, but also as camera straps.

Straps There are 29 products.

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Strap Solera

Leather  The natural leather used for the strap is made from rest pieces. Cotton from ColombiaMama Tierra uses sustainable materials such as cotton yarn from Colombia. Since most indigenous...

CHF115.00

Strap Adorata

Cotton from ColombiaMama Tierra uses sustainable materials such as cotton yarn from Colombia. Since most indigenous textiles are made from plastic based yarns, the production of the Mama Tierra...

CHF115.00

Strap Baila

Leather  The natural leather used for the strap is made from rest pieces. Cotton from ColombiaMama Tierra uses sustainable materials such as cotton yarn from Colombia. Since most indigenous...

CHF115.00

Kutpera Night

Ply-splitting technique The Wayuu call this band “Kutpera”. Traditionally, it is used as an element in the donkey saddle. Donkeys are important farm animals for the Wayuu indigenous people. The...

CHF115.00

Kutpera Sky

Ply-splitting technique The Wayuu call this band “Kutpera”. Traditionally, it is used as an element in the donkey saddle. Donkeys are important farm animals for the Wayuu indigenous people. The...

CHF115.00
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Kutpera Arrow

Ply-splitting technique The Wayuu call this band “Kutpera”. Traditionally, it is used as an element in the donkey saddle. Donkeys are important farm animals for the Wayuu indigenous people. The...

CHF80.50 CHF115.00
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Strap Novia

Piñatex These accessories are made of pineapple leaves processed into eco-leather. The pineapple’s stable leaf fibers surprisingly offer an equivalent substitute for animal leather. Empowering...

CHF97.75 CHF115.00
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Kutpera Sky Red Narrow

Ply-splitting technique The Wayuu call this band “Kutpera”. Traditionally, it is used as an element in the donkey saddle. Donkeys are important farm animals for the Wayuu indigenous people. The...

CHF80.50 CHF115.00