Basic Crossbody Made by Sakroots, part of the Sak Brand Group
Art for a Cause!
Show off your sustainable style with our top selling Basic Crossbody in Rainbow Wanderlust print.
Our top-selling Basic Crossbody is now available in a sustainable and durable Eco-Twill material. Printed with Rainbow Wanderlust, it's perfect for when you desire something bright and functional. Beautiful, colorful print will go with any outfit.
Exterior: Cotton Coated Canvas
Interior: Repreve Lining
Antique silver tone hardware
Main zipper closure
Two front zipper pockets and one back zipper pocket
Interior contains two multi-function pockets and one zipper pocket
Adjustable cotton webbing strap
Features critter keychain
Our Cotton Canvas is made from 100% cotton. The Cotton comes from Taiwan or the United States. The material is made through a process of weaving, washing, steaming and setting (press and dried). Prints are applied by roller print, or dipping using water-based pigment.
There is an added protective clear coating for extra durability and longer life.
PETA-approved, Vegan Certified
Model #: 107214
UPC #: 711640633175
Approximately 11 inches long x 2.5 inches wide x 9 inches high
Adjustable Drop: up to 23 inches
Wipe clean with barely damp cloth and air dry.
When ordering, please keep in mind that computer screens do vary and so the colors pictured anywhere on our website may vary from the actual colors. On printed items, the pattern placement may vary from the photos.
The Sak and Sakroots are proud to support artisans and charities as a part of their charitable mission to make the world a better place. The Wanderlust print supports: Oceana
We are proud to support Oceana's mission to protect and restore the world's oceans. Founded in 2001 it is the largest international organization dedicated solely to ocean conservation and the importance of science in identifying problems and solutions. It has protected over 4.5 million square miles of ocean, by promoting responsible fishing practices, maintaining marine life and their inhabitants and reducing poverty in coastal communities.