Bahu Canvas Backpackfrom Paper High
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A cute, yet practical handmade canvas rucksack in a gorgeous colourful design; an ideal backpack for trekking through the urban jungle or around campus. This cheery multicoloured canvas backpack is entirely handmade from durable canvas by our artisans in a small, family-run, WFTO guaranteed business based just outside Delhi. The shoulder straps are securely stitched and fully adjustable. Three super practical pockets with a magnetic popper closure adorn the outside of these backpacks making it a breeze to easily access all your bits & bobs. The care and attention to detail continues inside with a handstitched lining made from a gorgeous soft dark fabric that complements the bright exterior colours and there's also a zipped internal pocket for your valuables. The top of the bag is secured with a drawstring closure and a magnetic popper fastening. And they're super practical too! The internal compartment is a flexible and uncluttered packing space big enough for A4 folders, documents, shopping, swimming gear or even a change of clothes for a short getaway. The bag's charming colours and patchwork design add a splash of colour & fun and the seriously spacious interior makes it a great choice whether you need it for the gym, work, travel or shopping. Go anywhere, take (pretty much) anything! We are delighted to be working with a new Fair Trade partner, Conserve India, who are the producers of our new range of canvas bags. Conserve India was born out of a desire to reduce India's mountain of waste and there is a strong emphasis on recycling and repurposing of materials all while improving the lives of some of the poorest people in India. It employs and trains hundreds of people from Delhi's most disadvantaged communities to create beautiful products from the waste and the profits are put back into the same communities to improve education and welfare.