Read about Design & Production
Parachute bag can be worn in hand, on a shoulder or across the back. To transform it, simply open one of sides of the leather straps and remove it from the main loop. It features one interior pocket and one outside pocket with a zipper. In order to keep the bag in the good condition we highly recommend to remove the leather strap and dry clean only the textile part.
- Origin & Care
- Shipping & Returns
Leather: All leathers are certified and chromium-free, sourced from Polish and Italian tanneries and all are vegetable dyed. Vegetable tanned leather is tanned using tannins and other ingredients found in vegetable matter such as tree bark, wood, leaves, fruit, and roots. Only some ten percent of all leather worldwide is vegetable tanned, which is why natural leather is so highly valued and treasured.
Fabric: All of our fabrics are sourced from Poland and woven from natural fibers not requiring pesticides or herbicides, and some of them come from organic and sustainable sources. In the history of Poland linen has gained a rich tradition. It is one of the oldest natural fibers used in fabric production, however today features in less than one percent of all textiles. In our products we also use sailcloth cotton wich is a strong, highly durable fabric and water resistant.
Fittings: The fittings are specially handmade from solid brass for Thisispaper at a workshop in the south of Poland. For over 40 years this family firm has specialized in working with brass. Its founder still turns his hands to the welding process. Our fittings are extremely fracture-resistant and durable. Over time their surface acquires a noble and unique patina.
Zips: We use YKK® solid brass zippers which maintain the highest quality.
Buckles: Some of our bags are supported with Patented AustriAlpin COBRA™ quick releases. The metal Cobra buckle is manufactured by a highly experienced company specialized only in climbing fittings. Made in Tyrol, Austria.
Production: All of the bags are design and handmade entirely by us at our Warsaw studio.
Shipping: All orders will be processed within 3 business days upon payment approval, excluding holidays. Goods will be dispatched on regular working days, Monday to Fridays.
Please note that all of our products are handmade by our small team and we are not only influanced by our workflow but also by our suppliers. That's why sometimes we cannot ship immediately. Occasionally we might need more time to fulfill the orders. We always do our best to complete all them as soon as possible.
Orders will ship by Fedex and Polish Postal Service. You are able to select your shipping cost and options at the time of checkout. Upon shipping, you will receive a tracking number and confirmation outlining the details of your order. Please contact us if you have any questions about your order by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +48 796 079 500.
Return: Items can be returned for store credit within 14 days of the purchase as long as product is in its original condition and returned to us with original packaging. All shipping fees are non-refundable unless product is determined to be damaged or defective. Before returning any items please contact us by email at email@example.com or telephone +48 796 079 500.
Payment: All prices noted are EUR-prices and include VAT. We offer three different methods of payment.
Repair: We only offer repairs on defective merchandise for up to 6 months after purchase. Proof of purchase is required. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for repair inquiries.
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|USA||1-2 days*||3-4 days*||5-12 days*|
|Canada, Australia & Oceania||1-2 days*||3-5 days*||5-12 days*|
|Asia, South America||3-4 days*||4-6 days*||5-12 days*|
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|Poland||1 days*||1 days*||1-4 days*|