This stylish, Mexican-themed crossbody bags are the perfect accessory for any outfit. Crafted from durable vegan-leather, you'll be amazed at the quality, durability and craftsmanship .
The thick, adjustable strap ensures a comfortable, customized fit, and two zippered pockets provide plenty of space for all your essentials. You'll also love the metal, sturdy buckle. Whether you're heading out for a night on the town, or just running errands around town, this bag is sure to turn heads as you show off your Mexican pride!
Bag dimensions: 6″ High x 9″ Wide x 3.5″ Deep (Inches)
Adjustable / Removable strap. Wear it Crossbody or as a Fanny Pack
Metal Buckle: Durable and sturdy buckle.
Strap Length: 42″ Long | 1.5" Thick (Inches)
Material: Vegan/Synthetic leather
Exterior zippered pocket to secure your valuables
Interior pockets and compartments to hold the essentials. Keychain ring.
Once you find your perfect fit, tuck the excess belt bag strap into the elastic loops
Material & Care
Body:100% Vegan Leather
Mesh: 100% Polyester
Lining: 100% Recycled polyester
Do not wash
Do not bleach
Do not tumble dry
Do not iron
Do not dry clean
Fast USA Shipping
This order ships out of our warehouse in Utah, USA. Processing time is 1-2 business days while actual shipping time varies between 2-4 business days depending on destination. An email with tracking information is sent to our customers as soon as their orders have shipped and customer support is provided along the way via email@example.com
Mexistuff was created and is still ran and operated by Efrain Tinoco. Originally from Guanajuato, Mexico - Efrain migrated to the United States with his family when he was just a kid. Taking after his dad's entrepreneur spirit, Efrain has started and grown several businesses in the USA.
Mexistuff was born out of his love and pride for his Mexican heritage. The Concha PANtuflas were 100% invented and brought to life by him and have been awarded a USA design patent.
He is constantly thinking of new creative products that represent the rich Mexican culture