Pendleton Woolen Mills

Pasco Traditions Zip Top Tote


In 1805, the Corps of Discovery led by Lewis and Clark camped near the Columbia River
in the area occupied by present-day Pasco, Washington. Routes for Native Americans, fur
trappers, and gold traders converged here in the rain shadow of the Cascade Range, creating a trade nexus despite the dry, high desert climate. Using alternating bands of dynamic motifs drawn from some of the earliest archival Pendleton blankets, this pattern captures the cultural convergence that results from commerce.

Zipper closure, interior slip pockets.  Spot clean. 100% cotton canvas, 100% virgin wool, leather trim, antique brass hardware. Random horizontal pattern placement. Imported.

14 x 12.5 x 6". Handle drop 11".

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