Heavy 100% brushed cotton hooded Poncho – Made In Nepal

£ 29.99

Hand made at our manufacturers in Nepal using 100% Nepali brush finished cotton fabric – Shipping from the UK

Not only very warm but comfortable to wear, the exquisitely designed cotton material is thick, beautifully soft to touch and breathable. The poncho features a 3 button up double layer design, string ties for hood adjustment, a kangaroo style pocket on the front and inside ties to secure the poncho if needed. Ideal for the garden, festivals, travelling, camping trips or any outdoor excursions.

Width 115 cm Length from shoulder 94 cm (weight 1.1 kg)

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Our products are normally shipped same day as purchase.

2 in stock

SKU: PONCHO_955-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1-1 Categories: ,

Description

It is our aim at Cultural Roots to connect independent traders, manufacturers, tradesmen and artists with western market places and the more conscious consumer. We explore parts of the world in search of cultural and alternative quality new and classic arts, crafts, clothes, home decorations, healing arts and many more exciting products consistent only with ethical production. Striving to work with indigenous villages and individual artists on the street as well as much needed local businesses. Cultural Roots builds real links in parts of the world where authentic representation of traditions and fair trade are often sadly overlooked.

Cultural Roots thrives also on a consciously aligned, service to all business structure. Manifesting beautifully supported trade across the whole, supply and distribution chain while promoting a business model constructed for a new age frequency.

Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu

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Weight 1.25 kg

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