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Kota Strap

Kota Strap

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Farbe:
Der Kota-Gurt ist abnehmbar und kann dank des abnehmbaren Ankerpunktsystems an mehreren Kameragehäusen verwendet werden.

Material

PET-Hauptgewebe mit eingebauter handgefertigter Baumwollverkleidung und Neopreninnenseite

Dimensions

Abmessungen: 120cm x 5.5cm x 1.5cm

Care instructions

Um das Gewebe und die Farbechtheit der handgearbeiteten Stoffe zu schützen empfehlen wir bei schlechtem Wetter einen Regenschutz zu benutzen.

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Beschreibung

Die Kota Kameragurte haben eine gemütliche Neopren-Unterseite für zusätzlichen Komfort beim Tragen und vermeiden von Druckstellen. Der Gurt verfügt über die typische Stoffoberseite von Ethnotek und ist höhenverstellbar. Auf der Unterseite des Schulterpolsters befindet sich eine versteckte Stretch-Mesh-Speicherkartentasche, die praktisch ist, wenn Sie während der Aufnahme schnell Karten wechseln müssen. Der Kota-Gurt ist abnehmbar und kann dank des abnehmbaren Ankerpunktsystems an mehreren Kameragehäusen verwendet werden. Ethnotek Produkte werden mit individuellen Herstellungstechniken und Materialien handgefertigt. Unsere Rucksäcke und Taschen sind also so einzigartig wie der Träger selbst. Eine 100% genaue Abbildung jedes Unikats ist in unserem Webshop daher nicht so einfach möglich. Besonders vielfältige und schöne Variationen zeigen zum Beispiel die Muster Vietnam 5 und 6.

Features

  • Wasserabweisendes 100% recycled PET in der Stärke 600-denier
  • Verziert mit traditionellen Stoffen von Kunsthandwerkern
  • Versteckte Speicherkartentasche mit Stretch-Mesh
  • Höhenverstellbare Nylongurtbänder
  • Superstarke spritzgegossene Ankerpunkte
  • Aluminiumschnallen in Flugzeugqualität
  • Bequeme Neopren-Unterseite

Größe und Gewicht

Volumen: -
Gewicht: 150 g
Dimension: 120cm x 5.5cm x 1.5cm
Dimension Laptopfach: -
Material: 70% Recycling PET, 30% Baumwolle

Meet the Artisans

Inrahani

Hello, I’m Inrahani and my woven fabric is built into this bag. Our textiles are made on a bamboo frame loom in the Phan Rang Tap Chap village in central Vietnam. Our community are proud descendants of the Champa Kingdom and are grateful for your support.

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Charles Acquah

Hi, I’m Charles Acquah, I’m from the Somanya village in Ghana and have a workshop in Accra where I make all of Ethnotek’s batik fabrics with my son Nathaniel. Our motif designs are inspired by traditional Adinkra symbols. We hope you love our textile art.

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Agripina

Nice to meet you, I’m Agripina! We make textiles with Ethnotek using a process called ‘jaspe’. The raw warp yarn is tied and dyed in sections, then spooled onto bobbins, which feed the treadle loom to complete the textiles. All weaving at our workshop is done at my home in Paxtoca, Guatemala with my husband Santos, our sons, and their friends. Muchas gracias!

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Lidia, Blanca and Alida

Hola, we are Lidia, Blanca and Alida and we are the creators of the extra weft woven Mayan Star textile featured in this Ethnotek bag. Our weaving workshop is in Comalapa, Guatemala and we create a maximum amount of 20 meters of fabric per month because these designs are so complicated and time-consuming. We are one of the only communities in Guatemala still weaving this motif and are thankful for your support in helping us keep it alive and teach our to younger weavers to carry it on.

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Shamji

Hello, I’m Shamji and I am Ethnotek’s first artisan and have been working with the team since 2010. Our process is called pit loom weaving and our motifs are several generations old. My family and I are community leaders of the Vankar people. Weaving textiles is our main identity and my mission is to teach the next generation of artisans so we can preserve our tradition through them. We’re proud to receive your support and to see our fabrics on bags & travelers around the world. Come visit us someday in Bhujodi, India, we’d like to meet you!

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The Rabari

Hello, we're the Rabari tribe, a nomadic community in Gujarat, India, near the border of Pakistan. Our textile process is called appliqué embroidery and is our main form of artistic expression. We hope you love it, thanks for the support!

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Sri and Yatmi

Monggo (whats-up), we're Sri and Yatmi and we make Ethnotek's batik fabrics in collaboration with the workshop owner Iwan. Iwan is 5th generation Batik maker and is dedicated to carrying his family's tradition. We have a special low water wastage process by hand painting the dye on to the fabrics after our friend Harjono stamps them with wax.

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George Ameyaw

Kente weaving has been in George Ameyaw’s family for 5 generations and his team of amazing artisans are comprised of Felix Boakye, James Atagbolo and Willliam Agbo. Their workshop is in Accra Ghana and their technique has it’s traditional roots that date back to the 17th century from the Ashanti, Akan and Ewe tribes.

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Che

Hi, I’m Che and I’m part of a group of 96 artisans in the northern highlands of Vietnam who make hand-embroidered textiles in collaboration with Ethnotek. Hmong women make only 2 tribal skirts per year and it’s our favorite hobby that we do during breaks from our agricultural work. This craft is our heritage that we’re proud to protect and is fun to make because we often socialize, laugh and joke with each other while creating it.

Thread: Ballistic Black

Care and spare parts

In order for you to enjoy your Ethnotek bag for a long time, proper care and cleaning is important.

The fabrics of the artisans will change over time, just as, for example, a pair of jeans changes.

To protect the fabric and the color fastness of the handmade fabrics we recommend using a rain cover in bad weather.

If the bag is dirty inside or outside, we recommend washing it by hand with cold water and a little detergent. In case of heavy soiling, please use a brush with nylon bristles and brush the dirt out of the fabric with it. More care tips.

Ethnotek offers a worldwide and long manufacturer's warranty for bags and backpacks that far exceeds the industry standard. In addition, we offer an affordable repair service in Germany and can usually provide you with all important spare parts free of charge.

Shipping and return

We ship all packages CO2 neutral with DHL GoGreen or DPD climate neutral.

The unbleached boxes are made from recycled material.

Delivery within Germany and to the following regions will be made at these costs and delivery conditions:

- Germany: 5, - € from an order value of 60, - € free shipping.

- EU foreign countries: 10, - € from an order value of 120, - € free shipping.

- Switzerland: 10,- CHF, free shipping from an order value of 150 CHF

We take over the return costs. Contact our Customer Service to receive a free return label.

Production in Vietnam

All Ethnotek bags are proudly and responsibly made in Vietnam. Our workshop is based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and is powered by thirty awesome and highly skilled humans. We do all design, prototyping, material management, molding, stamping, cutting, sewing and fulfillment under one roof.

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