Semite - Semitic Heritage Eco Tote Bag


Product Features

Semitic Heritage Eco Tote Bag - Semite
• 100% certified organic cotton 3/1 twill
• Dimensions: 16″ × 14 ½″ × 5″ (40.6 cm × 35.6 cm × 12.7 cm)
• Weight limit: 30 lbs (13.6 kg)
• 1″ (2.5 cm) wide dual straps, 24.5″ (62.2 cm) length
• Open main compartment

About this Design

Transition to eco-conscious living while embracing your cultural roots with the "Semite - 1770 Semitic Heritage Eco Tote Bag." Crafted from 100% organic cotton, this tote bag is a nod to the pivotal year 1770, when the term "Semite" was first coined by historian August Ludwig von Schlözer, marking a significant moment in the recognition of Semitic languages and peoples. This bag is designed for those who value sustainability, history, and cultural pride.
Featuring a unique design that highlights the rich heritage of Semitic communities, including an illustration of Shem, the eldest son of Noah, this tote bag offers a stylish and practical alternative to plastic bags. With ample space for groceries, books, and more, it's perfect for daily errands, library visits, or carrying essentials to cultural gatherings.
The "Semite - 1770 Semitic Heritage Eco Tote Bag" is more than just a carryall; it's a statement of identity and environmental responsibility. It invites conversations about the origins of Semitic studies and the interconnectedness of cultures, all while providing a durable and reusable solution for your shopping and storage needs.
Embrace the blend of tradition and modernity with this organic cotton tote bag, and let it serve as a reminder of your heritage and commitment to protecting the planet. Ideal for anyone looking to reduce their environmental footprint without sacrificing style or significance, this tote bag is a testament to the enduring legacy of Semitic peoples and the scholarly efforts that have illuminated their history.
Carry your "Semite - 1770 Semitic Heritage Eco Tote Bag" with pride, knowing that you are part of a larger story of cultural awareness and ecological consciousness.