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All access zip-top crossbody bag with adjustable shoulder strap. Patchwork of hand-tooled and smooth vegetable tanned genuine leather is decorated with leather lacing and accented with soft flowing fringe. Back is smooth leather. 2 side open pockets, and a back slip pocket with magnetic closure. Inside has a zipper compartment and open pouches. Each handbag includes a protective storage bag. Every American West product is hand tooled from hand dyed 100% leather cowhide. This adds to the beauty and individual variations to make your American West product truly unique. FEATURES: 100% genuine full grain leather; Hand-stained and hand-tooled; Zipper closure; Front slip pocket; Open side pockets; Back slip pocket with magnetic closure; American West signature cotton lining with 1 interior zipper pocket and 2 interior open pouches; Adjustable shoulder strap 14-27 inches drop; Dimensions 9.5 x 9.5 x 4 inches.

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