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ABURY olive Black Marrakech Women's backpack - free people collection

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The ABURY olive Black Woman's backpack is a must-have for this season. Thus it is ideal to ride on the bicycle from meeting to meeting, as a laptop and many other little things can be easily stowed. The backpack adapts to each desired image of the city and is the perfect combination of functionality and elegance. A city companion for every day!

Information about this ABURY olive Black Woman's backpack:

-Handmade in Morocco
-Design: Mayta Lara Leal
-Cordoban leather
-Color: Olive black
-Home Affairs made of 100% Braumwolle and linen
-Adjustable clasp allows three different sizes:
28cm x 40cm x 7cm adjustable to 28cm x 48cm x 7cm
-Upper handle
-Pom Pom made of wood with leather strips, also portable Keyring
-Adjustable straps.

15 hours of passionate work of skilled artisans make these ABURY olive black Woman's unique back pack. We return this time in the training hours on the local communities. 
  More information: ABURY leather bags are handmade by master craftsmen using premium materials detail. Because our leather is dyed naturally, the original color and the Color structure may differ slightly. This makes our products so unique and exclusive - each of our products is made with love for the detail just for you. To get the Orginalqualität, we recommend to keep all leather goods from heat sources and to maintain it regularly.
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ABURY brings together exciting designers with traditional artisans from remote and inspiring cultures. This exchange of knowledge between the old world and the cutting edge allows for a new context to emerge, leasing crafts a new life and lending design an emotional component which has been missing in recent times.