Travelling is not always the most glamorous event, especially if you don’t like standing in queues. I once knew a man who was so angered by queues that he would make any excuse to skip them. Try doing this at LAX…it was not a good look; especially when he blurted out ‘Don’t you know who I am!!!”. – Ah…no.
But when you’re standing in a tedious line, why not look as freaking sexy and masculine as you can, and hold a conversation with whoever wants to comments on your Sandstorm Kenya bag, The Weekender. Regardless of your reason to travel, (It just could be to your Mum’s to do your washing) the Sandstorm is ‘ze bag for you mun’.
Practicality and style is certainly a combination that designers are putting a lot of brain power into and the team of The Weekender, from Sandstorm Kenya, have done just that. It is stylish and robust with reinforced corners so you can treat it like that wild animal you’ve just killed on Safari. The more distressed this bag becomes overtime, the better. Each one of these bags is cut from a single piece of material to ensure the continuity and quality of each piece, and then assembled by hand to guarantee a lifetime of faithful use. The craftsmen and women at Sandstorm Kenya are predominately Luo tribespeople handing down a strong reputation of detailed stitching and finishing making each piece authentic and unique.