The bento is originally a Japanese design. It derives its value from lightweight and no-frills structure, yet it is a spacious bag to keep all your stuff. The bag is to be carried like a tote and is open from the top. This makes the access very easy, while it has a self-locking mechanism once you wear it on your shoulder.


The bag is made from panels out of at least 3-4 post consumer jeans. The inner part gets its fresh look from a post-industrial kurti fabric that is used as a lining material. To take care of the hygiene requirements, all the material that enters our workshop is industrially washed in a rigorous manner. In addition, our production process also ensures that the bag looks fresh and equivalent to a virgin product. The stitching has been calibrated for providing extra strength. Thus, be rest assured that the bag can carry more weight, and can last longer than you imagine!


Ideal usage: Multipurpose use

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    • Each pair of jeans, consumes over 10,000 liters of water during growing cotton and during the manufacturing process, and also other resources including chemicals in abundance. Upcycling of this bag has resulted in indirect saving of all these resources.
    • High hygiene and washing standards are maintained while giving old denim a fresh new look
    • Disclaimer: Every dwij Bag is unique! Thus, the bag delivered to you may have different shades of blue, however the pattern remains the same.
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“dwij" (द्वि = Twice, ज = Born), means second life in Sanskrit addresses the ills of fast fashion by providing ​inclusive growth of society, through upcycling of post consumer jeans and post industrial denim.


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