The Khaya Waistbag - The Encounter
Introducing The Khaya Waistbag. A unisex limited edition capsule. A modern take on the fannypack using strong and structured lines to showcase a reinterpretation of traditional African aesthetics.
Printed vegetable tanned leather comprising of three African inspired custom graphics of which two were created especially for us in collaboration with artist Brian Tompkins.
Deriving inspiration from the geometric shapes handwoven on traditional Kuba cloth, then taking those shapes and creating ones with softer and more curved lines, Multidisciplinary Artist, Brian Tompkins created an amalgamation between the Kuba shapes and Bushmen drawings found in Southern Africa.
And out of this amalgamation ca
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1 large slip front pocket.
1 zipped pocket on the inside.
Pen holder holding 3-4 pens.
2 internal open side pockets.
Customization available for name personalization, alternative leather colours and hair on patterns.
Composition: 100% Cow Leather.
L: 13.5" (34cm)
H: 10.5" (27 cm)
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With a padded compartment for an at least 15” laptop, the bag measures 16” by 3.5” by 12”. The lined interior has a zipped pocket end to end and separate pockets for pens, business cards, notes and all valuables.
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Material: Textured Leather
Dimensions: 13.3"W x 7"H x 6.5"D
Made In Kenya
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● Material: Leather
● Color: Honey coloured tan
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H32 x W37 x D11
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An external slip pocket.
1 internal slip pocket.
1 internal zipped side-pocket.
1 main 13" zipped pocket.
Customization available for name personalization, alternative leather colour, leather print surface design and hair-on patterns.
composition: 100% cow leather.
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Material: Full Grain Leather
Colour: Tan - Mid Brown
Dimensions: 11.5" H x 15" W (Top) 12" W (Bottom) x 6" D; Drop 9.5"
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