Cute as a button, this 5.5 by 4 inch bag fashioned from tire inner tube and soda tops has a 50-inch adjustable and removable fabric shoulder strap. Features a magnetic stud closure and lined with an internal credit card pocket.
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The founders of BIO Imaginarte take the mantra "Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle" to heart. The focus of BIO when it began in 1992 was educating Mexico in the need to protect and restore the environment. Working with women who live in several villages as an aspect of its education efforts, BIO helped designed bags and other functional products that are made from manufactured materials, reusing aluminum pop tops, rubber from tires and plastic billboards, as well as recycling paper and candy wrappers. The women are paid a fair price for each piece that they make, which promotes the beauty of handmade products while addressing one of the main causes of environmental deterioration in Mexico - poverty.
Handmade from reclaimed car seat belts, this elegant bag is 12 inches wide by 6 inches tall. Lined in reclaimed denim fabric, the bag has an interior zip pocket, a zipper closure, and a single braided seat belt strap. Meet the Artisans Born of a...
Made from car seat belts, this surprisingly elegant bag is 16 inches wide by 9 inches tall with a magnetic snap closure. Lined, the bag has an inside zip pocket and two 25-inch long rolled seat belt straps. Meet the Artisans Born of a desire...
What a message! Bright and cheerful red cut out floral designs in recycled tires speaks loudly for the environment. The bag has black stitching, two 25 inch rubber straps, and zipper closures. Measures 14 inches by 7 inches by 3.5 inches. Inside is lined in...