HOZEN's modern, feminine take on the traditional duffle bag. The Stubby Duffel boasts HOZEN's signature of designed details: circular in shape, chunky piping, and gold hardware. Whether worn on the arm or over-the-shoulder, this sporty-chic style is spacious enough for all your daily essentials. HOZEN's supple, animal-free "leather" and use of other recycled materials make this the epitome of guilt-free luxury.
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- Zip closure
- One interior zip pocket, one interior slide pocket
- Two straps are provided: 20 cm arm strap drop, 56 cm shoulder strap drop
- 10% of HOZEN's profit will be donated to Mercy for Animals, an international nonprofit animal protection organization.
ABOUT THE BRAND
Why we love it: HOZEN’s minimal-meets-irreverent aesthetic is a rebellion against the harsh realities of the leather and fashion industries; the bags’ circular shape honors the infinite nature of the universe.'
It is HOZEN's deeply rooted commitment to respecting and protecting the planet which lead to their philosophy that doing good can look as good as it feels. HOZEN bags are super eco-friendly, created with: biopolyoil (grain-based) leather and suede, Piñatex® (pineapple leaf fibers), recycled plastic, organic cotton, 100% post-consumer recycled plastic, and natural rubber. Each piece is produced in small batches at a fair-wage factory in Los Angeles and 10% of all their profits go to Mercy for Animals. HOZEN is the brainchild of Rae Nicoletti, who studied hand leatherwork at San Francisco’s Amblard Leather Atelier under Hermés master artisan Beatrice Amblard.