Fjällräven Greenland: An iconic collection

Fjällräven Greenland

It was originally in the 1960s, when outdoor clothing was not as functional as it is today, its shortcomings became clear during the Scandinavian Greenland Expedition of 1966, where interestingly, Fjällräven supplied the backpacks and new revolutionary thermo tents. After returning home, the expedition members had in-depth discussions about outdoor... View Article

The Fjallraven Kanken Totepack: A Classic, Reimagined

Woman with Kanken Tote Bag Overlooking the Sea

Whether you’ve already got a Kanken Classic and want to expand your collection, or you’re a total Kanken first-timer, there’s plenty of choice out there for you – almost too much choice. One of the many alternatives to the archetypal Kanken is the Kanken Totepack, which, you guessed it, takes... View Article

Kanken No. 2: Made with G-1000 HeavyDuty Eco Fabric

Woman With Black Kanken No-2 Backpack

Most people see the Kanken No. 2 as the smarter, more professional-looking sibling of the Kanken Classic. What a lot of people don’t know is that it’s also an environmentally-conscious backpack. What makes the Kanken No. 2 environmentally-conscious? Apart from the leather detailing, the Kanken No. 2 is made from... View Article

Women’s Fjallraven Clothing: 5 Essential Picks

Woman Outdoors Wearing Fjallraven Gear and Backpack

Kanken daypacks are renowned around the world, by people of all ages and tastes. The Fjallraven brand itself, however, has a smaller audience, although it is extremely popular among outdoor enthusiasts and those who just like a good technical jacket. That’s why we’ve put together this short post: to shout... View Article

5 Reasons to Buy a Fjallraven Kanken Classic

Kanken Classic Bag With Tag

Thinking of investing in a Kanken but unsure? We assure you it’s the right choice, but if you need some convincing, here goes. 1. It’s a design classic There’s a lot to be said for keeping it simple. The Kanken is a great example: rectangular, even boxy, with a small... View Article

Fjallraven Kanken No. 2: It’s a Worthwhile Sequel

Standing by Fjallraven Kanken No. 2 Navy Blue Bag

The original Fjallraven Kanken that launched in 1978  is a sure design classic. There’s no disputing it. So it’s understandable that, on first glance, people are suspicious of the Kanken No. 2, which looks slightly more dressed-up than the rough-and-ready original design. How is the Kanken No. 2 different from... View Article