t was once said about the impressive baobab tree that God had created it standing upside down. It has a large and dense root system allowing it to survive the Kenyan dry season. The small knotty crown is balancing on its thick hollow trunk. The baobab fiber is strong and lasts for decades when woven into baskets by the Kenyan Meru and Kamba tribe women. The fibers are dyed naturally to create subtle patterns in the weave. The handle is made of genuine cow leather.