Bicolor Fique Tote — Bag Black / Green by Matamba at White Label Project
Bicolor Fique Tote — Bag Black / Green by Matamba at White Label Project
Bicolor Fique Tote — Bag Black / Green by Matamba at White Label Project
Bicolor Fique Tote — Bag Black / Green by Matamba at White Label Project
Bicolor Fique Tote — Bag Black / Green by Matamba at White Label Project
Bicolor Fique Tote — Bag Black / Green by Matamba at White Label Project
Bicolor Fique Tote — Bag Black / Green by Matamba at White Label Project
Bicolor Fique Tote — Bag Black / Green by Matamba at White Label Project

Bicolor Fique Tote — Bag Black / Green

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By Colombian design brand Matamba. 

Bicolor bag woven with a fique natural fiber crochet technique.

Co-created with the artisans of Curití, Santander, located northeast of Colombia in the Andean region. It takes about 3 days to weave.

A basic and functional piece with a color accent to wear daily or to travel on the weekend.

Size: 40 cm length, 35 cm height, 4 cm width, 60 cm strap, 470 gr weight

Color variants: Dark green & black, navy & lilac, beige & green, navy & orange

Material: Fique fiber

We recommend storing in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Avoid contact with water or moisture and away from excess heat. Remove stains or spots with a damp cloth and soap dabbing the stain spot with the cloth.

Delivery within EU 3-5 days. Worldwide within 8-10 days. VAT is included in the price. Deliveries to non-EU countries might come with extra taxes and import duties that the customer must cover.

You can get a full refund for items returned by mail within 30 days of receiving them, excluding shipping costs. No refunds or exchanges are possible after 30 days from receipt.

Meet Matamba

Jennibeth Iguarán, industrial designer, and Juanita Gil, fashion and textile designer, met while working with artisan communities. They toured various territories exploring Colombian traditions, crafts, techniques, and raw materials. After this experience, MATAMBA was born to continue highlighting and preserving the country’s craftsmanship.