“Your bag is a result of our focus on making long lasting products”
Fanny packs are perhaps the oldest accessories known to mankind. They originated as belt bags that could be tied to the waist of a human, and could hold all the essential tools required for hunting and a day's work in the woods. They typically used to be made of animal skin in those times.
Such bags thus draw their value from the utility and ease of use that they provide. They have been in fashion during the 1980s, with most of their user base comprising runners or sportsmen, and tourists. These bags are back in fashion, and have seen massive resurgence in the last two years and are also popularly called waist bags or belt bags.
Fanny packs are among our best-selling products too! They can be worn on the waist as well as across your shoulder. The material for the fanny pack is mostly sourced from post-consumer jeans. The zippers are sourced from YKK, while the stitching has been calibrated for providing extra strength. Thus, be rest assured that the bag can last longer than you imagine, no matter how you use it!
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.
Ideal usage: Travel or regular casual use
Fanny pack/Waist pouch- 2 zips
- 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.
- YKK zips and runners are used to ensure strength and longevity of your bag. In addition, each element has been carefully chosen to make your Bag really long lasting.
- 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.