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  • Archivist Tote Made From The Roof Of The RCA Dome
  • Archivist Tote Made From The Roof Of The RCA Dome
  • Archivist Tote Made From The Roof Of The RCA Dome
  • Archivist Tote Made From The Roof Of The RCA Dome
  • Archivist Tote Made From The Roof Of The RCA Dome
  • Archivist Tote Made From The Roof Of The RCA Dome

Archivist Tote Made From The Roof Of The RCA Dome

$124.00
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This tote is for everyday, anywhere, all the time. Two exterior pockets and two interior pockets for keys, phone, wallets, etc. The interior lining is a dark blue that varies on each bag.

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Archivist Tote bag made from the Roof of the RCA Dome, event banners, and reclaimed seat belts. This sturdy tote is perfect for weekend trips, everyday toting, or your new favorite work/school bag. Made from heavy duty material that was formerly the roof of the RCA Dome in Indianapolis and salvaged by not for profit, People for Urban Progress. There are acres of this material being repurposed into card holders, wallets, clutches, totes and more, saving this durable material from entering a landfill. 

This tote is for everyday, anywhere, all the time. Two exterior pockets and two interior pockets for keys, phone, wallets, etc. The interior lining is a dark blue that varies on each bag.

Ingredients: RCA Dome Fabric, Super Bowl XLVI Banner, Upcycled Fabrics, Reclaimed Seatbelts (This tote will have black seatbelt straps)

What Fits: 15" laptop. Small dog. French loaf.

Dimensions: 17"/ 14.5"/ 4.5"

NOTE: As a product made of repurposed materials, small holes, inconsistencies & stains may be apparent. All PUP Products are cut and handmade by local artists, designers, and fabricators in Indianapolis, Indiana. Proceeds benefit PUP's ongoing community design initiatives.

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