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.


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  • Material: Cactusfiber

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...