Our Fave Native-Made Bags, Backpacks & More

Whether you’re going back to school, college or work, definitely return in style. Here are our fave Native American-made bags, backpacks and more of right now!

KANAINE Round Top Wool and Leather Handbag with Long Handcut Black Moto Fringe

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We absolutely love this wool and leather handbag from KANAINE. The designer made this handbag with genuine wool in a shape that adds depth. With enough pockets in the inside and outside of the bag, you’ll have quick access to your wallet, phone or pen. Did we mention the bag comes with a black leather fringe tassel and custom feather charm?

https://www.etsy.com/listing/499510238/kanaine-round-top-wool-and-leather?ref=related-1

Native American Apparel Two Ravens Backpack

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This backpack, designed by world renowned artist Alano Edzerza, is both durable and comfortable. There’s also a padded laptop insert for any laptop or tablet device.

https://nativeamericanapparel.ca/collections/back-pack/products/two-ravens-back-pack

Eighth Generation Good Medicine Tote Bag

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Bring the gift of good medicine with you everywhere you go! This tote is perfect for your notes, supplies, or whatever else you need to carry around campus.

https://eighthgeneration.com/collections/bags/products/good-medicine-tote-bag

 

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