Nuptse hemp backpack
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Nepalese hemp backpack Nuptse, with a capacity of 19L.
- Handmade outer fabric: Hemp warp and hemp weft
- Hand spinning in Bajura, Nepal
- Vegetable dyes: Myrobalan and Granada
- Capacity: 19L
- Measurements in cm: 52 x 33 x 12
- Inside pocket: for 15 "laptop
- Zipper: metallic YKK
- Interlining: reused rice bag
- Bcorp certified company
This product has free shipping to Spain (including islands).
This hemp backpack made by hand in the community of Budhanilkantha (Kathmandu, Nepal), is a backpack with a lot of capacity, perfect to take with you to any outdoor adventure.
Hemp is one of the least polluting natural fibers, that's why we bet on a product with a high percentage of this fiber. It does not need herbicides or pesticides since it does not suffer from pests. Only 200-500 liters of water are used to produce 1kg of dry hemp. On the other hand, to grow 1kg of cotton 10 times more are needed. It is the plant with the highest O2 regeneration power.
WHO IS BEHIND THE GARMENT?
This backpack called Nuptse, the name of a mountain in Nepal, is woven in Mohan's workshop (Boudhanilkatha, Kathmandu) with shuttle hand looms and made by Manoj, Rita Bohara and Shiva in Narendra Bohara's workshop in (Budhanilkantha, Kathmandu) . People in this community come from rural areas and belong to the segment of society with fewer resources and even without basic education. But they know that the backpacks they sew daily cross the world until they reach your home.
Take good care of your clothes, nature and your wallet will appreciate it.
Always check the instructions on the label of your sustainable garment.
General guide, and provided they do not contradict the instructions on the label:
- Wash your clothes cold or at a maximum of 30ºC.
- If you use the washing machine, use short programs for delicate items.
- Avoid using bleach and harsh detergents.
- Put the garments inside out, both to wash and dry, so you will better protect their color and texture. It is also preferable to place them in the shade so that the sun does not hit directly.
- Whenever possible, try to air dry, avoiding the dryer.
Specifically, and provided they do not contradict the instructions on the label of your garment: Cloth swimwear and footwear
- Wash your bikinis / swimsuits / shoes by hand in cold water, avoid the washer and dryer as they spoil them very quickly.
- Do not let them dry directly in the sun, you can modify / turn off the hue of your garment.
- Always let them dry inside out to better protect their color and texture.