Monday, October 24, 2011

New pictures Pangolin bag

Some new picture of the handmade Fair trade Pangolin backpack. Urban backpack made of recycled inner tubes of trucks. The design of this backpack is very inventive and striking by using overlapping sliding parts, it seems like a Pangolin. The parts are alternately covered with recycled inner tubes of trucks attached to each other with a wing nut. Large capacity bag with pockets for small notebooks, pens, MP3 and cell phone with double adjustable back straps and handle. Three-button closure with durable rip-stop lining. The interior has storage pockets in different sizes, some close with Velcro. Equipped with a convenient to transit the earplugs of your mp3 player, I-Pod or phone. Closes with 3 magnetic closures. The back is anatomically shaped so that the back pack fits on your back very pleasantly. This backpack is made by people from Colombia with a social disadvantage, such as single mothers, refugees and Indians of the Camentsa tribe. They can count good working conditions and pay above the minimum wage. Fair trade! Shop online modern design bags and accessories. WINNER STEEL PENCIL AWARD 2010 (consumer product category)!

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