Cross Body Bag – Arslanbob


With it’s natural collors this item is named after Arslanbob, a large wild walnut forest in the Jalal-Abad Region of Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyzstan’s first known export to Europe was the Arslanbob walnut.

By the time of Alexander the Great, the walnut forest was locally known for hunting. He took the walnuts from Sogdiana, and these formed the European plantations. It is also said that he exported the walnut plants to Greece during his campaigns in Central Asia. This is inferred from the usage of the word “Gretski”, meaning “Greek” nuts for walnuts in Russian. Hence, it is nicknamed as the ″Greek nut″.

So, this item is based on an ancient name, but it has contemporary applications!  Minimalist designed bag with sufficient space for phone, keys and wallet.



  • The main compartment of the bag can be closed with a zipper.
  • Adjustable shoulder strap: 110-120 cm
  • Also available for purchase along with the following matching accessories like:
    • a make-up bag
    • a key/money bag
    • a matching leather keychain


  • 100%  leather (color: light cognac) / 100% Merino Wool Felt (color: ocher) / no inside lining.
  • Zipper pull: 100% leather
  • Closures and fastenings: bronze colored

Additional information

Weight 120 g
Dimensions 24 × 1.5 × 16.5 cm


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