Zurron and Enjalma
This is an enjalma.
And these are the zurrones.
The zurrones are positioned on top of the enjalma.
Enjalmas are also used when a horse is pulling the arm of a sugarmill.
Together, the zurron and the enjalma are part of the working tools of the Panamanian farmers of a few decades ago. Now, they are becoming very rare.
The zurron is a sack made of crude leather. It serves as a container for carrying seeds, fruits, vegetables and all types of produce. They comen pairs and are used mostly when these items are transported by horse.
The enjalma is a type of horse mount used for carrying items, usually contained in zurrones. The enjalma is made of bundles of straw shaped as a mount and then covered with raw leather. In addition to being used for carrying zurrones, enjalmas can also be used for carrying bundles of wood and sugarcane.