Interior – The Yumi fully lined with suede leather. The top closes with a hidden snap close magnet.
Suede lining matched the handle accent.
Leather should be kept dry, free of waters, oils and products.
Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight or florescent lite may alter the color of the leather.
Gently wipe the printed hide with a damp cloth, if needed.
Abrasive use may cause hair loss and damage the leather.
Store by hanging the bag in a cool dark setting, or placing the bag in the dust bag provided PLEASE DO NOT PUSH AGAINST THE HAIR GRAIN WHEN INSERTING INTO THE DUST BAG.
About Printed hide.
Printed bovine, commonly known as cowhide, is created by stenciling the wild animal print onto the leather. Bovine are farmed animals, and the leather is a by-product of meat production. All animals are obtained from legal suppliers, and tanned to international specifications as set by the European Union. Azo dyes and Chromium content are regulated, and tanners have environmental certifications.
About the Manufacturing process.
Rarity agrees with and practices the ten principles of Fair Trade as outlined by the Fair Trade governing body. The Artisans are all paid full benefits’, including Sick leave, maternity leave, Year-end bonuses and paid annual leave. Freedom of association is practiced in the factory, as well as an independently elected worker reprehensive. Rarity does not employ children, nor does it source from any supplier who does not adhere to this principle. All suppliers are required to have environmental policies or certifications in place. All artisans are permanently employed and are paid a fair wage in full and on time. All artisans have access to Savings with above-average interest.