The Kanken backpack is built with durable Vinylon-F fabric, for the strength to take a beating throughout years of schooling and adventure travel. The 16 liters of space holds onto whatever you need to bring along for the day, from books to lunch to entertainment for the plane.

The kanken works super well as both a hiking backpack and as a school backpack! Since buying one last month, I’ve now bought another! The straps are surprisingly comfy and distribute the weight well. You can fit a ton of stuff in these. However, if you plan on having two huge hardcover books in one, you might look into buying the padded straps.

Complete with adjustable woven shoulder straps and dual top handles for easy carrying. I have had this backpack in Ice Blue for 5 years now (daily use) and it is still going strong. These backpacks are built to last and are weirdly stylish. The initial cost is a bit expensive but the quality is amazing!

Two-way zip-around closure with rain flap. Fits most 13″ laptops. Snap-together top carry handles; adjustable backpack straps. Exterior zip and slip pockets. Foam insert for cushioning and shape is removable and can be used as an on-the-go seat pad.

Yes, this backpack is very aesthetically pleasing. You’ve got me there. Though it is surprisingly small (the original kanken bag is more of a kid sized backpack….or teeny tiny adult sized. In fact the whole story behind the kanken is that it was made for school children in the 70s). The material feels durable, though it is not completely waterproof.

Scandinavian design has long been known for offering practical, functional pieces that are beautiful to behold but that are meant to be used. Originally designed in the ’70s for Swedish schoolchildren, a now-iconic backpack is crafted from durable, water-resistant Vinylon F fabric and features a stylish, contemporary silhouette.

I received as a present last month and find it very functional as a pack or a murse/ hip brief case. I can pack and grab it as I go walking on urban adventures or take it with to appointments. Well constructed to hold a book or files with out destroying them. Top zipper pouch to carry meds, a snack, or phone.

The removable seat pad ensures the seat of your pants will always be free of dirt and grime, and cushioned to boot! Adjust the straps to your liking or carry by the snap-together top handles briefcase style. Business, business! Numbers! Fjallraven Kanken backpack is the classic that will always be cool.

There’s no padding so you definitely don’t want to carry a laptop or tablet in it. Also the dye from the bag can rub off on your clothing or on items you’re carrying in your bag. Out of all my complaints my least favorite part about the bag is the shoulder straps.

They’re very thin, unpadded, and when adjusted to fit a real adult human the strap ends stick out very awkwardly. Designed in 1978 and still just as relevant today with durable polyvinyl, roomy main zip compartment and easily accessible front + side pockets.

Popular backpack in hardwearing Vinylon F fabric, Carried as a backpack or a bag via covertible straps, Removable seat pad and front/side pockets, Name and address label on inside of pack. Two sheafs of 9×11 copy paper (500 count each) can lay width-wise at the bottom, and there would still be room for a six-pack of your beverage of choice at the top.

I like that there’s two compartments on the side so you can fit your water bottle & etc. I also do like the laptop sleeve and that the bag is a water resistant material! The only downside that I can think about is that these do get a little dirty easily, but then again my niece is 7, so it honestly depends on the person.

This Fjallraven pack although somewhat small actually fits a lot of what I have for school or for trips. I can fit my laptop and binders even my tablet. For travel it is easy to carry around like if I don’t want to carry on my back I can close the straps and hold it by the top handles.