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Messenger Bag

Messenger Bag

Regular price
Rs. 1,300.00
Sale price
Rs. 1,300.00
Quantity must be 1 or more

Price - Inclusive of GST and Shipping

Impact: 35-40 less plastic bag

Trendy, youthful and innovative is what you can expect from reCharkha Upcycled Handwoven Messenger Bag. Carry it as a Sling , a Small Tote or as an Arm Bag!

It is handy as a Sling-It yet has all features our bigger Totes have from inside. Use it as a Small travel bag or a Purse for regular shopping! The strap is adjustable so as to convert it into an Arm Bag! An additional Flap to the bag gives a classy corporate look too! 

It comes in Men-friendly colors as well!

Dimensions: 10.25" x 9.5" ( L x H ) , 4.5" base

Product Details: reCharkha's UPCYCLED-HANDWOVEN fabric made from waste plastic on the outside with an extendable cotton fabric strap belt. Using Waste as a resource takes us one step closer to a more sustainable future! Cotton fabric lining, one zipper pocket, two open pockets and a key holder on the inside. 

Caution: This product has been crafted by hand and may have slight irregularities or imperfections in color. These irregularities are the result of human involvement in the process and add to the finished product's charm while ensuring you have a one-of-a-kind piece. There might be a slight variation in the shade of the actual product and the image shown on the screen, due to the screen resolution and photography effects.

Woman Entreprenure: Amita Deshpande

Story: reCharkha EcoSocial is an endeavor born out of an urge to change the face of our priceless natural surroundings, society, culture and heritage for the better.
reCharkha EcoSocial is a Social Enterprise, founded on the belief that, development can only be sustainable if it is bottom-up! This means, sustainable development is possible only when it begins at the grassroots and involves an empathetic understanding of the other biotic and abiotic communities.
Our three core areas of work are geared to achieve this very model!
These are:
1) Conserving our Environment and Heritage,
2) Enabling Rural Livelihoods and
3) Creating Conscious Consumers

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