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Green Maasai Shuka Vest
Green Maasai Shuka Vest
Green Maasai Shuka Vest
Green Maasai Shuka Vest
Green Maasai Shuka Vest
Green Maasai Shuka Vest
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Green Maasai Shuka Vest

Prezzo di listino
€120,00
Prezzo scontato
€120,00
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The Maasai Shuka vest is a cross-over piece to be worn: over bare skin, as a vest, over a shirt, or over a turtleneck sweater. Keep it to hand when the season changes because it's perfect to wear in the spring, too.

Maasai Shuka is a strong and sturdy fabric traditionally used by the Maasai shepherds of Tanzania and Kenya. It has become one of the symbols of Maasai culture, despite its origins from the English colonial kilts. Endelea’s collection in Maasai Shuka is made in collaboration with MIPI (Maasai Intellectual Property Initiative), an initiative committed to defend and protect Maasai cultural rights in the world.

Designed in Italy and made with passion in Tanzania by Faith.

According to the Maasai people, green is the color of nature that gives life.

  • No zipper, no buttons
  • Boxy fitting
  • V Neck
  • Composition: 100% acrylic

Hurry up! Don’t miss out on your chance to get this item. Quantities are limited because we bought our fabrics from small retailers in Arusha, where the Maasai people also buy their fabrics.

  • S: Chest: 102 cm, Length: 50,5 cm
  • M: Chest: 108 cm, Length: 52 cm
  • L: Chest: 114 cm, Length: 53,5 cm

Caterina is 1,77 m tall and is wearing size S.

Hand or machine wash. We recommend a gentle cycle at 30°C – just because it is a more sustainable choice: the fabric won’t get ruined by higher temperatures. Do not bleach, dry in the shade and be happy: there’s no need to iron.