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BYTAVI

Black Mao

Black Mao

Regular price $74.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $74.00 USD
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A modern, minimal take on the traditional fanny pack. This can be worn around the waist or as a shoulder bag. Comes in brown or black Vegan leather. One open pocket and one zip pocket on the interior. Surprisingly roomy design. Cotton canvas lining print varies.

Handmade in Cambodia.

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  • Handmade in Cambodia

    All of our products are handmade and fair trade. Each seamstress receives a fair wage per piece that she makes at the end of every week.

  • Recycled Fabric

    Our fabrics are purchased as remnants that are leftover from larger companies in Cambodia. This remnant fabric reduces waste. This also means fabric is limited.

  • Holistic Workplace

    We strive to create a safe and sustainable work environment. In the workshop we provide lunch everyday, optional Bible study each Wednesday, and maternity leave for staff.

  • BYTAVI Staff & Seamstresses

    Each product is produced with care from first sketch to final product. BYTAVI employs 20 seamstresses, 10 staff members in Cambodia, and 6 staff members in the U.S.

  • Community of Capable Women

    Our purpose is to connect capable women with their self-worth. We desire empowerment for us and for you. A BYTAVI seamstress is full of pride knowing you choose to invest in their work.

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Jess
Love this bag!

I absolutely LOVE the Mao! I had been eying it for months, and finally purchased it a few weeks ago. It is so cute and pairs well with just about any outfit. Although it is small, it leaves plenty of space for keys, phone, and my wallet!

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Sheila Essink
Nice little Pouch/Fanny Pack

I have always enjoyed and appreciated the quality of workmanship with BYTavi products. It's the same with this little bag. It's small but functional, I like black and the ByTavi symbol on the bag. Would recommend. And I am so glad to participate in helping the women in Cambodia who make these items. Bless them!