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Altopuru Ladrillo

Altopuru Ladrillo

95€


Description

Brick-red unisex Peruvian canvas backpack with colorful Inca patterns.
22 liters, 45 cm x 27 cm x 17 cm, laptop pocket 15,6 inches, inside zipped pocket.
Our bags are crafted using a very dense and wear-resistant 18 oz cotton, genuine leather for the straps and strong magnets for closing the bag. Inside each bag, you will find the laptop pocket and a little zipped pocket to put your small and precious stuff ! The ethnic textiles are woven in Peru and the patterns originate from villages within the sacred region of Cusco, more specifically Chinchero and Chivay. For expert craftmanship, we turned towards an Indian manufacturer in the New Delhi region, where the best know-how for these types of products can be found.  
One product (bag or shoes) = One day of school for a child of San Jeronimo, a poor suburb of Cusco.

Shipping and returns

- RETURNS ARE FREE IN FRANCE.
Free shipping from 100€.
- The tote bag is offered for orders of two products or more (bag value : 9€)
- Shipping within 4 business days in Europe. 
- Exchange & refunds within 30 days.
- You can read more information regarding pre-orders here

Care

Hand washing using a cloth with soap is recommended. 
The backpacks can't be washed in a laundry machine because of the leather. 

Traditional patterns from the Sacred Valley of the Incas

Our canvas our woven in Peru where each village has its patterns. The patterns we have chosen come from the villages of Chinchero, Chivay and the Titicaca area.

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Artisanal craftmanship

Our backpacks are made by artisans in India. We are very careful about their working conditions.

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One day of school for each backpack.

We are collaborating with the NGO Los Chicos de Cusco who is supporting 4 schools in the poor villages of the Cusco area. For each backpack bought, we redistribute one euro which corresponds to the fees of one day of school for one pupil, including teacher's salary, school supplies and the uniform. It represents between 15 and 20% of our benefits.

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