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Iki Tote

Totes essential.

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Product Details

This big, easy tote is made from paper (yes, paper!) that’s been stretched and tanned to look and feel just like leather. Each bag is made in Italy, and the paper itself is made from a cultivated fiber, meaning the production of these bags isn’t contributing to deforestation. The bag is then treated with a natural wax for added strength and a smooth, matte finish. As you take your bag around, creases will begin to form in the paper, creating a soft, aged, well-loved look—but run a hot iron over the surface and the creases will magically disappear, returning the paper to its original state. A cotton lining, interior zipped phone pocket, and a zipper closure make this the ideal bag to bring to the beach or on a quick weekend getaway.

  • Made in: Italy
  • Made of: AGGO® Pull Up Paper treated with natural wax giving it a matte finish; organic cotton lining with a metal zipper.
  • Size: 17" W x 14.5" H; includes interior phone pocket. Handmade item so slight variation in size is to be expected.

Sourced from: Uashmama

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Photography by James Ransom, Rocky Luten.

Care & Notes

Wipe with a damp cloth and mild detergent or soap. Rinse and dry flat. Creases can be removed with a hot iron; the wax will melt returning the tote to it's original form.



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