Caribbean Tote by Deux Mains from Haiti

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  • Caribbean Tote by Deux Mains from Haiti

Caribbean Tote by Deux Mains from Haiti

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Staying true to their tire-based  roots, the Caribbean tote features upcycled inner tube as it's center panel. Juxtaposed against the gorgeously tanned genuine goat leather, the playful tire centerpiece is bound to turn heads. The inner lining is made from Haitian school-uniform material, and the oversized wooden button hails from Port Au Prince. Nobody has seen anything like this bag - a true reflection of Haiti's unique charm! 

Options in Caribbean Blue, Red, or Black

Deux Mains  is French for "two hands" and was inspired by craftsmen using their own two hands to sculpt the sidewalls of tires into soles with a pride that comes from not only making something valuable for others, but also making a meaningful life for themselves. This artisan group hand crafts leather sandals from recycled car tires and local leathers as well as making some amazing bags and accessories. These artisans are part of a community in Haiti that is growing sustainability and empowerment. 

Empowering people. Changing lives.

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Staying true to their tire-based  roots, the Caribbean tote features upcycled inner tube as it's center panel. Juxtaposed against the gorgeously tanned genuine goat leather, the playful tire centerpiece is bound to turn heads. The inner lining is made from Haitian school-uniform material, and the oversized wooden button hails from Port Au Prince. Nobody has seen anything like this bag - a true reflection of Haiti's unique charm! 

Options in Caribbean Blue, Red, or Black

Deux Mains  is French for "two hands" and was inspired by craftsmen using their own two hands to sculpt the sidewalls of tires into soles with a pride that comes from not only making something valuable for others, but also making a meaningful life for themselves. This artisan group hand crafts leather sandals from recycled car tires and local leathers as well as making some amazing bags and accessories. These artisans are part of a community in Haiti that is growing sustainability and empowerment. 

Empowering people. Changing lives.