Artisan Robe Bag Backpack | Discovered

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Artisan Robe Bag Backpack

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The robe bag was inspired by the bags used by Buddhist monks in Sri Lanka. It was created with very wide straps and a bold box shaped body. The straps are made out of pure cotton and the body of the bag is made out of handloomed cotton. The robe bag is fairly 1 large and can carry a subtantial amount of weight without heavy stress on the shoulders due to the dispersion of the pressure by the wide straps. Like all ApiHappi products, the robe bag is created with three things in mind..revitalizing handloom culture in Sri Lanka, empowering creative artisans, and providing school-bags to children in Sri Lanka through our one for one program.

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All colors are based on our stringy bag colors.


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Our dream is to revitalize the art of handloom to provide new opportunities for artisans and children in Sri Lanka.
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