Another style of Colombian hand bag and over the shoulder bag is the Caña Flecha bag. Caña Flecha is a is a plant that grows in the northern part of Colombia. Producers use the center section of the palm leaf to create various types of Caña Flecha products. The fibers are harvested, cleaned, and the colored prior to weaving them together in the creation of bags, wallets, purses, belts, and other handcrafts. This craft has been documented for centuries along the Atlantic Coast. The most recognized use of Caña Flecha is for the traditional Colombian hat called the Sombrero Vueltiao. Caña Flecha is part of the tradition and culture of Colombia. Producers live in rural areas of Colombia where they have Caña Flecha plantations and dedicate themselves to this work as a means of supporting their families. Given the intricacies of weaving the material together, it is often performed by women who have finer motor skills.