Comfortable, classic and chic this Mumbai medium Backpack from Matt & Nat is an essential timeless piece to add to your wardrobe. Made from fully recycled materials this backpack has comfortable, adjustable straps and fastens with a drawstring closure to keep your belongings safe. With handy exterior and interior zippered pockets and a smartphone pocket this backpack provides ample storage great for all your everyday essentials.
Suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Free from GMOs and AZO dyes.
Made from 100% recycled PVB with 100% recycled nylon lining (plastic bottles).
PVB (Polyvinyl Butyral) is an innovative material made from 100% recycled resin from windshield glass, this reduces the carbon footprint and gives the windshield glass a second life.
Dimensions: L32.4cm x W22.9cm x D14.6cm
Strap length: 68.6cm
Made sustainably in China. Packaged in recyclable plastic bag.
Matt & Nat products are produced in small factories in China with whom they have long-standing relationships and are in line with their ethos. The factories Matt & Nat work with all qualify for the SA8000 Standard Certification.
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About Matt & Nat
Matt & Nat are a stylish vegan accessories brand, who are not only inspired by nature but who help to protect nature and the environment by using eco/recycled/upcycled materials in their bags wherever possible.
The idea behind MAT(T)ERIAL and NATURE was originally conceived in 1995, they wanted to create beautiful and modern bags with some ground rules: no leather. Simply put they say they don’t like hurting animals and care about the welfare of the planet. They now experiment with a range of eco friendly materials, from recycling plastic bottles for linings, the use of cork and secret future plans to upcycle bicycle tires.
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