Recycled Tire Tube Handbag - Alisa
Do your own small part to keep the world's landfills clear with a downright ingenious design in handbags! Made from the inner tubes of vehicle tires, this slim and flirty bag is truly a singular, eco-friendly accessory -- in go-with-everything black rubber!
- Recycled tire tubes
- Custom-designed Greater Good embossed label
- Interior lined in lightweight cotton (fabric may vary)
- Blue vinyl handle
- Cover flap with magnetic closure
- Interior open pocket for cell phone, key clip, and zippered pouch
- 7.5" H x 12" W (19 x 30.5 cm)
- Handmade in and fairly traded from El Salvador
Due to their recycled nature, no two bags are alike. Though general outline and measurements of bag are consistent, patterns on rubber will vary.
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March 22, 2013 - I loved this purse when I got it! Sadly, after only 2-3 weeks of using it the handle started to tear. It is halfway torn and for fear of it completely tearing I had to stop using it. Very disappointed
March 17, 2013 - I got it few days ago and am love it so much! lot of shop selling clutch bag every where now like forever 21 but this bag is strong and looks cute with any kind of style. I will use it for long time!!
Artisan: Uca Ruffatti
With over twenty years of design experience, Uca Ruffatti in El Salvador combines high-quality chic with eco-friendliness. Uca Ruffatti uses new and recycled materials creatively to achieve original, functional and modern designs.
Owner Maria de los Angeles de Ruffatti explains, "We started small but with big dreams, now we have had so many buyers interested in our products that we plan to double production by year's end. This means more employees, more machines and also new materials, new markets, new possibilities. Our dreams have come through and have gone beyond our expectations. Not only are we working with Natural or Recycled materials but we also have the opportunity to help the artisans here in the town of Santa Ana. We are helping a couple of communities by working directly with them, training their young men and women with new skills. That way entire families become involved and work harder to achieve a greater future for all."
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