Kriang Beach Bag

You’ll love it because:The Kriang Beach Bag features summery pinstripes and sturdy cotton, plus it has plenty of room for towels, books and beach toys.

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Description

We call it a “beach bag”, but really it can be used anywhere. With roomy interiors, an inside pocket, a zip fastener and strong leather handles, the Kriang bag can also be used as a book bag, computer bag or diaper bag.

We begin with textiles woven by the Kriang, an ethnic community based in southern Laos. Skilled backstrap weavers, the Kriang use striped textiles for their sinhs, or tube skirt.

Complete the look with a small pouch and mini bags to keep your things organised.

  • Material: 100% cotton and Hemp and Leather
  • Care Instructions:
  • Dimensions: ( Large size: 57 cm x 40 cm; Medium size: 48 cm x 31.5 cm; Small size: 28 cm x 17 cm)

Additional information

Size

Small, Medium, Large

Color

Grey, Red

Made by:

Kriang

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