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Eleven plastic bottles makes…

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by Emma Elwin on 3 August, 2016

A backpack spun from one single tread.

… one backpack! Since my polar adventure I have fallen in love with the Swedish brand Fjällräven. This backpack, made from one single thread spun from eleven plastic bottles is my latest investment. This kind of inovation is what we need more of! Not only do you save water when making this backpack, you also save energy and use less chemicals using this recycled material. Fjällräven is one of my favorite brands and I really think that their saying Without nature we are nothing is something we should remind ourselves of everyday. Read more about Re-Kånken here!


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