Camino Backpack

AKABA - Made in Philippines

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  • Why you’ll love this product
    Inspired by our bestselling Classic Alumno line, the Camino collection features vibrant designs and functional innovations. The Camino Knapsack highlights the rich weaving traditions of the Yakan tribe in the Philippines, a group renowned for their colourful and quality weaves. The patterns are inspired by the humble bamboo plant and carry centuries worth of history in every strand.

    Please note that due to the handcrafted nature of this bag, the fabric may have slight imperfections. We love how this adds to the bag’s story, and hope you feel the same!

    • Sinaluan fabric woven in Yakan tradition in Basilan and Zamboanga
    • Accented with sustainably sourced genuine cow leather 
    • 2 side pockets, 1 front pocket with magnetic button close, 2 small internal pockets for phone and small accessories, laptop compartment
    • Available in green, yellow, and blue Sinaluan fabrics

    • Bag Dimensions: 20" x 15" x 8"
    • Weight: 765 g
    • Load limit: 15 lbs or 7 kgs
    • Free shipping on orders over $50.00
    • Ground Shipping to Canada & USA
    • Canada: 2-4 business days
    • USA: 3-5 business days
    • Express shipping available at checkout
    • Comes in with a handwritten note
    • If this is a gift and you would like us to include a note with a specific message, indicate it in the "notes" section upon checkout
    • Refund available within 30 days. See details

Impact

Livelihood
Livelihood
Handmade
Handmade
Fair Trade
Fair Trade
Artisan
Artisan



About AKABA

AKABA

AKABA is a Filipino lifestyle brand committed to preserving and promoting indigenous culture in the Philippines. They work with weaving cooperatives to provide sustainable livelihood to local artisans in impoverished communities. AKABA is 100% committed to sustainable practices and fair trade principles, offers above-the-minimum wages, and uses only ethically and responsibly sourced raw materials. Every purchase not only provides steady income to the artisans, but also supports livelihood projects in their partner communities.

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