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Special edition Kånken Mini featuring the artwork of Charlene Johnny. Produced without PFAS.

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  • Made of G-1000 HeavyDuty in recycled polyester and organic cotton.
  • Pliant webbing shoulder straps that will fit children and adults.
  • Webbing handles and zippered front pocket.
  • Removable seat pad and reflective logo on the front.
  • Part of the Artic Fox Initiative.

This special edition Kånken Mini is made from G-1000 HeavyDuty and features the artwork of Charlene Johnny, a Coast Salish artist from the Quw’utsun tribes of Duncan, BC, who works in various mediums to explore and express her ancestral artwork. The long pliant shoulder straps that can be adjusted to fit both children and adults, and it has handles, a removable seat pad and a zippered front pocket. Part of Fjällräven’s Arctic Fox Initiative, where a proportion of sales goes to environmental and climate projects. NOTE: Appearance of each backpack will vary slightly due to the patterned fabric.

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Gender: Unisex
Family: Kånken
Activity: Everyday Outdoor
Environmental info: Produced without PFAS, Organic cotton, Recycled polyamide, Save The Arctic Fox
Features: Adaptable with Greenland Wax

Material: G-1000® HeavyDuty: 65% polyester (recycled), 35% cotton (organic)
Lining: 100% polyamide (recycled)

Height: 29 cm
Width: 20 cm
Depth: 13 cm
Volume: 7 l
Weight: 320 g

Number of pockets: 4
Pockets: Inside compartment, Open side pocket(s), Zippered outside pocket(s)
Rain cover included: No
Seat pad included: Yes

Washing: do not wash
Dry cleaning: do not dry clean
Bleaching: do not bleach
Drying: do not tumble dry
Ironing: do not iron

Additional care instructions: soft brush and lukewarm water

Sustainability

This product uses Fjällräven G-1000, our own hardwearing outdoor fabric that together with timeless design, creates products that are able to stay in use for many, many years. That’s sustainability through longevity.