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Handmade ESCAPE Clutch

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Regular Price: $42.00

Special Price $35.99

savings: 14.3%

value: $42.00


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This week’s Brickyard Buffalo Guest Editor: MADSEN Cycles was created with the idea that a bicycle can do more. After visiting the Netherlands in 2007, the Madsen family had the vision of making cycling more accessible to families in the U.S. Jared worked long hours in the garage and basement testing and tweaking the design of what is now nicknamed the "Bucket Bike". In 2008 they officially started this small business, a venture not without blood, sweat and tears... but a rewarding journey to get them where they are today. Their mission is to get more families outside making memories on a Bucket Bike and Lisa's curated collection of “picks”, available this week only, reflect that!

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Regular Price: $42.00

Special Price $35.99

savings: 14.3%

value: $42.00


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Keep your daily necessities contained while on the go. From make-up to pens to all those handwritten lists, this will keep your life feeling a little more organized!


Available in Natural or Black.

-Size: Measures 12” wide, 7” tall
-Made with ultra durable 18oz natural canvas
-Sturdy brass zipper
-Veg tan leather pull
-Handmade in Forestbound studio in Somerville, MA

Also makes a super thoughtful gift with a few personalized ESCAPE themed gifts tucked inside.  
For your book loving friend: tuck a new book and her favorite treat inside.
For your friend leaving on her honeymoon: a new swimsuit & her fave magazine tucked inside.
For the new mama: tuck a candle and some bath salts inside.

Shipping is $6.95 for first item, and FREE for each additional item from this same vendor. Ships in 5-7 days.

*We want you to get your orders ASAP so please note that your order may arrive in multiple packages.

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Questions? Email: [email protected]


Piper & Chloe
IG: @piperandchloeshop

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