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Nubuck Messenger


by Meyelo

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The Product:

This beautiful natural messenger bag was handcrafted by artisans in Kenya. The quality and craftsmanship is immediately apparent...this is a bag you will use and love for a long time! Features a brass closure and adjustable strap. Nubuck leather has shades that vary and naturally distress with age. 

MATERIALS: All materials are raw, upcycled and locally sourced in Kenya. 

  • Soft Cowhide Leather
  • Brass Detailing


Height: 12"
Width: 13"
Depth: 4"
Strap Length: 41" Adjustable

MAINTENANCE: We suggest no maintenance as the character of the material is enhanced with use.

CARE: We do not suggest washing your leather in a washing machine or submerging in liquid.  For spot cleaning, we recommend cold water, cotton cloth and blotting method.

GIVE BACK: 10% of every purchase goes directly to A Voice Is Heard to support sustainable community development projects in Kenya.



"Empowering artisans with sustainable income through their craft is the inspiration for Meyelo. Investing in small business in developing countries brings social and economic change.  

Every purchase provides our artisans with a source of fair trade income, support for their community, and a global platform for their work. 

Many skilled artisans have limited access to education and economic opportunity.  We provide training programs in business practices to ensure the understanding of the global market. We permanently invest in the future of our artisans and their communities by giving a portion of our proceeds back into the growth of their small businesses. With every purchase, you are helping provide for their families and support their community. Currently, we employ over 80 artisans in Kenya.

Our long-term investment in helping others is the foundation of our business model. We work in community development with Maasai villages and provide access to education, water, farming co-ops and medical needs. We empower women, girls and their communities with sustainable programs."