Mochila Lana

Arauak & Co,

Colombia

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Story

The Tutu or backpack of the Ik people, represents the feminine, the mother, who nurtures the knowledge necessary to live. For this reason, when wearing a tutu, the feminine universe is carried with it.

When looking for something inside the tutu, we recharge ourselves with the energy that accompanied us in the womb and find what we need energetically, what is born before dawn, fulfilling the law of Seyn Zare.

Wearing a tutu is the thought of someone's life that you carry with you, that is why each backpack is unique and sizes can be variable, there is no standard measurement.

The symbols that are woven into each of the backpacks are part of the representation that Mother Aty Nabowa left us of the payment sites and natural laws in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. With the designs of the backpacks we remember that each one of the beings fulfills a mission and the importance of the different forms of life.

Impact
  • Heritage Craft

  • Handmade

  • Sustainable

Looking for something special? This item may offer select customization options. Select what you are interested in and we will let you know what is possible. Customization is at Maker’s discretion.

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Category: Bags

Origin: Colombia

Composition: Sheep Wool

Ships from: Colombia

WASH ON THE GENTLE CYCLE WITH DELICATE SOAP

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