The Uashmama Minimalist backpack is constructed from a technical waterproof material which is extremely lightweight and super strong. This smart bag has straps that are adjustable and detachable, a minimalist design approach with a go anywhere functionality.
- Available in Grey & Walnut
- Made In Italy from a unique and strong technical paper
- Material is water-resistant and has a subtle sheen
- Leather finishes, one internal zipped pocket and a magnetic close
- Carry handle and detachable canvas straps
- Dimensions: W27.5 x D15.5 x H37cm, Handle H10cm
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Material: 100% strong cellulose paper bag. Genuine vegetable-tanned leather finishes. Simply wipe clean with a damp soapy cloth.
Created by four sisters as a homage and dedication to their Mother. A project that links innovation with the old techniques from their Tuscan tradition, a story of family, passionate work and a touch of genius.
The unique washable 'paper' that their products are created from feels like leather, washes like fabric and flattens for easy storage. With this paper, they create not only aesthetically beautiful products but items that combine function, tradition and innovation in one. As the 'paper' is made from a virgin fibre through cultivation and not through deforestation it is a sustainable and eco driven product where old and new come together in perfect harmony.
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