Yuka
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€550,00

In true NO/AN fashion, the Yuka is elegant, discreet and easy to carry. Its unusual half-moon shape and longer strap mean that you can wear it crossbody or neatly on the shoulder. Generously-sized, but not imposing, the Yuka carries all of your daily essentials, while giving you plenty of room for movement.

The bag is expertly handcrafted in a family-owned atelier in Portugal. Each Yuka is signed by the artisan who made it from the beginning to the end.

“I wanted a style with a slightly rounder shape, which would still be functional and follow the contours of the body. The YUKA fits perfectly and I like how versatile it is. You can easily dress it up or down, depending on the time of day and circumstances.”

- Anna Lehmusniemi, Founder & Designer

Size: 34 x 25 x 13 - handle strap max.length: 110 cm

Weight: 0,6 kg

Closure: Swiss RIRI zipper

Hardware: Metal

 

The Yuka bag comes with a signature cotton tote bag.

We offer complimentary shipping on all orders from NO/AN Studio Oy's website (excluding possible import taxes, other taxes in the customer’s homeland and custom fees).

 

The primary leather we use for NO/AN bags and accessories is a Portuguese, natural calf grain leather. Grain leather gets softer with time and use. Any variations of texture on the bags should not be considered as flaws, because they are inherent to the leather and its quality. This is what makes grain leather bags unique and gives them their special character. Grain leather is solid, resistant and does not require any special maintenance. In case of stains, clean the bag gently with a damp soft cloth or leather cleaner. Finish with leather conditioner.

In order to enjoy your NO/AN bags longer, preserve them in a dry environment away from light. Strong liquids and chemicals, such as perfumes, nail polishes and other alcohol-based products, may leave permanent stains on the leather.

The lighter colors of leather may naturally become darker and patinated over time. We certify that all our skins are bi-products hailing from the meat industry.