Saving Lives and Water with MAHI

As seen in high-level publications like GQ and Vogue, MAHI Leather is taking things to another level with style while giving back to the world. Aside from the beautiful leathered goods they have, their mission is intriguing. MAHI Leather takes its name from the Mahi River. The coordinates, posted on their badge, "22° N, 72° E", represent the mouth of the river, where it joins the Arabian Sea in Gujarat, India. According to MAHI, this is a sacred river and in a country where 103 million people lack safe water it's also timely. So, this is one of the reasons why I love MAHI so much. From each sale of their product, they donate $1.50 to FRANK Water Projects (registered Charity No. 1121273), a UK based charity which has helped over 300,000 people gain access to clean water since 2005. If you're interested in supporting Frank Water, visit here.

The leather bag I received was customized with my initials so... YES, I've been roaming around like a baller, pointing at my initials everywhere I go. Just kidding (no, I'm not). My bag is perfect for travel and for a digital nomad like myself. If you like to travel and do it with style, I recommend doing it with MAHI. Below you'll see some awesome photos I took in Playa Del Rey, California with Madi Mae behind the lens. She's got skillz.

What You Get: The power of giving. $1.50 from every bag sold donated to FRANK Water. Safe Water. Saves Lives. We call this a "win win" Check out their catalog here.

 

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Photography by Madi Mae

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