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Black Canvas Tote - White X


Through our partnership with Giving Children Hope, for every X Tote purchased we are able to feed a hungry child and their family every weekend for one year in Southern California. The “We’ve Got Your Back” program provides backpacks full of nutritious food to over 1,200 families every single week. The weekly backpacks of food provide the children with meals outside of the free breakfast and lunch they receive at school.

Giving Children Hope is also active in responding and sending thousands of pounds of life-sustaining relief items to communities impacted by disasters, both natural and man-made, such as Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Florence, as well as Syrian refugees in Jordan and Venezuelan refugees in Colombia.

*Giving Children Hope is ranked by Charity Navigator as A Four Star Charity

  • Size 15x13.5x5
  • Luxe Black American Canvas
  • Hand Made in USA, California
  • Distressed Silver Finish Metal Buckles
  • American Black Leather Straps
  • Adjustable Straps 7" to 11", Width of Straps 5/8"
  • Printed White X
  • Interior Zip Pocket
  • Open Top 

Don't see your size? Smaller or larger sizes are available, please contact us for more information. Additional charges may apply.

There may be slight variations in the appearance of your Esquivel‘s  due to the handmade process of cutting, sewing, polishing and finishing.

This allows each product to uniquely age over time.

Hand cut

Our craftsmen and women hand-cut every piece to perfection, sometimes requiring over one and a half hours of cutting, perforating, and then sew them together to create a full pair.

Hand last

Each pair is patiently hand-lasted, or massaged, onto the mold of the shoe with some leathers requiring up to ten days to properly dry and take final shape. The "last" is the giver of shape, silhouette, and soul.

Hand finished

The silhouettes are finally painstakingly hand-finished to create a one-of-a-kind pair of shoes. Some of our styles require over 150 steps to complete -- machine assembly is a foreign concept to us.