Tote Bags

Museum of Fade Marlini Tote Bag in Ex-Cargo Belts & Rescued Car Seat Belts

Sale priceRs. 2,400.00

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    Sophisticated and sustainable, the Marlini Tote is a perfect day bag given its size and weight, this shoulder or handbag can accommodate up to 14” laptops, and an iPad, along with your daily essentials. The bag has a zip across the top face for a tidy, secure finish and has 2 internal pockets, one with a zip closure. Timeless with a modern edge.

• Outside Dimensions: W37cm x H41cm x D20cm
• Padded compartment to accommodate up to a 14" laptop
• Padded shoulder strap
• Side quick access pockets
• Inside zippered pocket for valuables
• Inside compartments for mobile & tablet
• Profile: Classic tote silhouette  

  • Outside: I'm handcrafted using a combination of materials: Upcycled 16 OZ water-resistant black cotton canvas ex-army tent tarpaulin and rescued CX Cargo Belts. The shoulder strap is made of leather and lined with heavy-duty 1" seat belt webbing.

    Inside: I'm lined with nylon taffeta parachute material which is soft to touch and water resistant.

    Disclaimer: Since every product is handcrafted and upcycled, panels between two items of the same style will indeed be similar, but they will never be identical. This gives each its unique one-of-a-kind flair. Please keep this in mind when ordering from us. Your satisfaction is always guaranteed.
  • Outer Closure: Black #5 VISLON zipper with double sliders
    Inside Pocket Zipper: #5 YKK VISLON Zipper
  • Impact Metrics


    Hours of Living Wages

    Generated for every batch of 10 Totes that we produce for two artisans


    Liters of Water Used

    During the production of one batch


    Sqm of Raw Materials

    Diverted from landfills per batch

    Included in the box


    Resuable Cotton
    Dust Bag

    Artisan Story


    Product Story

    pacious and sustainable, these bags combine practicality with a touch of eco-conscious elegance.

    Product Promise


    Handmade with
    Love in India