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Indigenous Art Hip Pack
This item is back-ordered, more on the way.
Please note: due to extra delays, back-ordered items take anywhere from 1 to 8 weeks to ship, or less. Stock goes fast. It is recommended to pre-order to ensure your pair.
These stylish and practical bags are the perfect addition to any outfit, providing a finishing touch that's an eye-catcher. We invite you to explore our blog "Out & About", providing an in-depth look at these stylish hip packs, complemented by captivating lifestyle photographs. Each bag is adorned with stunning Indigenous artwork embroidered on the front pocket, showcasing Aboriginal culture and artistry. You can personalize your look by adjusting the strap and wearing these packs across your chest or around your hips. Made with durable 100% polyester and a sleek nylon finish, these Native art design hip packs feature a wide top zippered opening with an inside mesh pocket. Don't settle for ordinary; elevate your style with one of these Native Northwest hip packs.
began 40 years ago with a social worker, a rack of postcards
Discover the vibrant world of Native Northwest, a Vancouver, BC company that fosters meaningful connections to Indigenous cultures. Talented Indigenous artists thoughtfully design every piece of art featured. Their journey began four decades ago, sparked by a social worker, a rack of postcards, and a powerful vision to bridge the gap between cultures. At the core of this brand are values rooted in Native arts and cultures, infused with respect and authenticity. They provide a platform for Indigenous artists to share their community's stories and traditions through their unique designs, blending tradition with bold new concepts.
Operating on the unceded traditional territory of xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam First Nation) and Coast Salish Peoples, they recognize and honour their sovereignty by establishing respectful relationships, employing Musqueam staff, and prioritizing local community partnerships. Join us in celebrating and connecting with Indigenous cultures through meaningful and authentic artwork.
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