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Convertible Wallet in White Sand

Convertible Wallet in White Sand

$229.00
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Style #:1325

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Our new, convertible raffia wallet in White Sand is our most organized bag yet. With glimmering gold accents and zip-around closure, our convertible wallet opens to reveal an interior of natural cork and soft, luxurious eco-suede (made from recycled plastic bottles) complete with eight credit card slots, a zippered coin pouch, compartment for your phone, as well as pocket for passport/ cash/ checks. Slip a belt through the back and wear it as a belt bag. Matching belt must be purchased separately as an add on. Handcrafted locally and sustainably in Los Angeles

  • Gold tone hardware
  • 1 zippered coin pouch, 8 card slots, phone compartment, pocket for passport/cash/checks
  • Can be worn as a belt bag or clutch wallet (belt must be purchased separately as add on)
  • Materials: Natural, plant-based raffia, Cork, Eco-suede (vegan, sustainable textile made from recycled material, see below)
  • MEASUREMENTS:
    • Bag dimensions: 8" L x 4.5" H x 1" D

  • Made in Los Angeles, California

SUSTAINABILITY:

Our premium Eco-suedes are made from post-industrial recycled polyester and post-consumer recycled plastic bottles, which help reduce plastic waste destined for landfills. This fabric is made using a pure recycling process and meets Oeko Tex Standard 100 certifications, which means it is free from organic solvents, odors, and environmental toxins such as formaldehyde, pesticides, chlorine, heavy metals, carcinogenic and allergy-inducing dyes.

Cork fabric is harvested from the Cork Oak tree, a tree that grows primarily in Spain, Portugal and France. When the Cork Oak has reached 20 years of age, the bark is stripped from the tree by a skilled cork harvester with a machete. Unlike other trees, the Cork Oak is the only tree in the world that can be stripped of its bark and not die -- thus making the harvesting of the cork 100% sustainable. In fact, the same tree can be harvested every 10 years for over 200 years. 



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