This Fjallraven Kanken 8L Mini Totepack in Ochre is a convertible version of Fjallraven's iconic backpack and can either be a backpack when you bike or a shoulder bag when you board a crowded bus. It is constructed of 65 Polyester, 35% Cotton and G-1000 Heavy Duty Eco S, which makes this piece, water-resistant. It also has a zippered main compartment and an inside pocket with a padded base for a tablet.
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