Sashiko Self-Edge ‘Hobo’ Bag By Olden Vintage
Olden Vintage from Indonesia developed a true Hobo style Sashiko bag. The term Hobo was first used to describe migrant workers in America at the end of the 19th century. They were most of the time homeless, or homeward bound.
15oz Redline Selvedge Fabric With Sashiko
The Olden Vintage Hobo bag is made of 15oz deep indigo fabric with a redline selvedge fabric. The fabric is unwashed, so dry without any treatment. The front of the bag is decorated with an authentic Sashiko stitching. There’s also a small selvedge pocket added with a woven branded label for small personal belongings.
Details Of The Bag
The inside of the bag is lined with PU suede, and the bag itself can be closed with a black YKK zipper. Due the nylon strap you can wear the Olden Vintage bag over your shoulder. On the back of the bag is they stencilled the brand logo. The measurements of the bag are 41 x 37 cm.
The limited-edition bag is available in two different versions, type A and type B. Highlighted in this article is the type A.
The Olden Vintage Hobo bag is available here.