Apolis Activism Philanthropist Tote

Apolis Activism Philanthropist Tote

It might not be cheap, but at least the extra money you'll spend on the Apolis Activism Philanthropist Tote ($300) goes to something other than lining the pockets of a wealthy designer. Handcrafted in California, this upscale tote offers a front pocket with pen holders and a key clip, a brass zipper with leather pull, leather handles, a reinforced base, canvas lining, and outer construction of 17.5 oz army canvas from Uganda, meaning that your purchase helps to create and sustain economic opportunities for developing economies, which is surely better than helping to sustain some rich bastard's gambling addiction.

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