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Fjällräven Save the Arctic Fox Kånken Mini Backpack


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  • Estate Blue/Salvia Green

  • Donations made to save the arctic fox

  • Carbon Compensated

  • H 29 W 20 D 13 cm

  • H 11.4 W 7.9 D 5.1 in

  • Weight: 220 g (0.49 lbs)

  • Volume: 7 L

  • Materials: Vinylon-F

  • Outer material: Vinylon F 100% Vinylal

  • Does not contains materials of animal origin


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The mini version of classic Kånken in hardwearing, water repellent fabric. Three pockets and removable seat cover. This is a special edition of Fjällräven's most-sold backpack. SEK 100 (HKD $97) from each backpack will be donated to research for saving the arctic fox. It is a smaller variety that fits children as well as adults who want a very small backpack. For school or day trips, this mini backpack is durable, lightweight and will go the distance. Large main compartment with large opening makes it easy to put in/take out items. Two side pockets and a zippered pocket in the front. Handle at the top and supple shoulder straps. Seat cover in the pocket at the back. Reflective logotype in the front.


For many years Fjällräven have taken part in conservation projects and in particular have chosen to focus on the Scandinavian arctic fox, a species on the brink of extinction. Fjällräven also devotes itself to strengthening development in the countries and communities they are active in. Their initiatives take many forms, from contributing to improving the living conditions of those who produce their products, to organising different projects to strengthen interest in outdoor life and the natural environment. Fjällräven are also involved in philanthropic initiatives supporting needy children and families in Eastern Europe by supplying them with warm winter clothing.

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