Filipino Brand AKABA Is Slashing 50% Off on All Their Handwoven Bags

Score bags for as low as P800!

(SPOT.ph) You’ve probably gotten wind by now that summer is unofficially cancelled. (Yes, we know dry season is the scientifically correct term, but we’re sticking with summer in memory of our sunkissed dream vacations.) Although your next adventure might have been currently postponed, believe us when we say there’s another reason for you to smile while staying home: homegrown bag brand AKABA is offering 50% on all items on their website until April 30. You can also score free shipping for orders above P1,800.

Everything in AKABA’s online exclusive collection features handwoven fabric from indigenous communities all over the Philippines. Due to the extension of the enhanced community quarantine, all bags are available for pre-order and will be delivered on May 30.

Check out some of the styles you can shop:

Camino Dos Backpack in Blue Langkit (P1,500 from P3,000) 
PHOTO BY Akaba
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Body Bag - Red Sinaluan (P800 from P1,600)
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Isabela Tote Bag in Carmine Pink (P1,250 from 2,500) 
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Verana Duffle Bag in Blue Bunga Sama (P2,600 from P5,200) 
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Alumno Dos Backpack in Carmine Pink Inabel (P1,500 from P3,000)
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Staying true to its philosophy of bayanihan, AKABA not only continuously seeks to improve the lives of Filipino weavers, they have also partnered with multiple organizations with AmbagPH, a fundraising initiative to produce personal protective equipment suits and washable masks with filtration capabilities for distribution in Marawi, Lake Sebu, Basilan, and Sulu.

For more information, visit AKABA’s Facebook page or their website.

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