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The recognized motif of the Mexican skull, comes from the traditional celebration held every November 1st and 2nd since the 1630s, in which families make drawings, decorations, and make up in the style of floral skulls with many colors on the day of the dead.
Showing great respect for the family's commemoration and keeping their memories alive, being a day of happiness and love. It is believed that the deceased return home to enjoy the offering at the altar.
This backpack has been produced with recycled sea plastic worked in an ecological way. To produce this backpack we used approx 30 bottles collected from the sea.
A classic backpack silhouette, this single pocket bag is simple and sturdy. 600 denier polyester construction with adjustable padded straps. One large main compartment with easy zipper access. External zippered pocket with basic pocket organizer.
- 600 denier polyester
- basic pocket organizer
- 16.75" x 13" x 8.5", 1550 cu. in.