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  • Recycled Rubber Toiletry Bag

    RUGGED. UNIQUE. UPCYCLED STYLE.

    These high quality bags are made with the rubber from repurposed inner tubes and lined with black fabric. This toiletry bag has a single compartment with plenty of room for your overnight essentials. Because of the nature of the rubber, each bag is unique and may have colorful markings on the material which adds character to each piece. Made by artisans in Nepal whose work supports a non-profit organization focused on healthcare initiatives and educational projects directly benefiting Nepalis living in impoverished and remote mountain areas of Nepal. 

    WHAT'S GOOD?

    • Fair trade
    • Upcycled materials
    • Each piece is unique
    • Artisan made
    • Woman-owned business
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    BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF
    Approximate size: 9 x 5 x 5 in (22.9 x 12.7 x 12.7 cm)
    Weight: 12 oz (340.19 g)

    MATERIALS
    Recycled inner tube parts. Black fabric lines the interior.

    SOURCE
    Handmade in Nepal.

    CERTIFICATIONS
    Fair Trade — In a nutshell, fair trade is about ethical business practices. Women of the Cloud Forest are proud members of the Fair Trade Federation, a North American based membership organization made up of organizations like ourselves who offer opportunity to artisans and farmers in developing countries. To quote the Fair Trade Federation, fair trade means “good wages, safe working conditions, environmental responsibility, and more.” It means our partners are empowered to build strong businesses for their families today — and for generations to come.

    ABOUT THE COMPANY
    Women of the Cloud Forest has been working in fair trade since 2001. They have direct, long-term relationships with small family workshops and cooperatives in Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Ecuador, and Peru. In addition to placing consistent orders with their artisan partners, they provide business training and product development/design and no-interest micro-loans and direct grants for workshop capacity building. This holistic approach to business enables our artisan partners to grow their businesses and access new markets without creating cycles of dependency.

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