⊙ Made in Kenya.
⊙ Made from safari-grade Tanzanian canvas and hand-selected pull-out leather with brass detail.
⊙ Fixed leather handles are strong and are designed for a classic look and comfortable carrying.
⊙ Reinforced leather at the corners for extra strength.
⊙ Zipped main compartment.
⊙ Fully-lined interior.
This canvas and leather tote is the safari bag for carrying your essentials on game drives and around the lodge. Made in Kenya, it adds a touch of undeniable African styling to your everyday outfits.
For African travellers and Africa-lovers, the Sandstorm Safari Tote is made in Africa for you. The combination of Tanzanian canvas and premium pull-out leather gives this bag an unpolished refinement, with pull-out leather having a naturally aged look. The leather handles are fixed to the bag and fit comfortably in the hand or over your shoulder. The leather is reinforced on the bottom corners for additional strength in this high-wear area.
The main compartment is fully-lined and zips closed, keeping your items secure on every outing.
About Sandstorm luggage:
Only the finest materials are used to make Sandstorm travel bags: from specially tanned camel and cowhides to safari-grade 100% cotton canvas and solid brass fittings. The range brings these materials together to deliver a striking combination of luxury, style, and durability. Furthermore, the Sandstorm range of travel luggage is handmade by Kenyan craftsmen and women who are highly skilled at stitching and finishing. Their skill is learned from years of experience working with their hands - weaving baskets and mats or making and maintaining fishing nets. This attention to detail will ensure that your luggage is unique. Sandstorm also offer a 12 month limited liability warranty for their bags.
A note about canvas and leather: We stand by the quality of the construction of Sandstorm's canvas and leather range and the quality of the canvas and leather used to make their bags. Canvas and leather are, however, fabrics and, as with all fabrics, they have their limitations. While cases are few and far between and we have not experienced puncturing on our own safaris and expeditions, fabric, by its very nature, is able to puncture or tear if subjected to force, sharp objects, if thrown along an abrasive surface, or other forms of harsh handling.