THE FJÄLLRÄVEN WAY
OUR SUSTAINABILITY MISSION
The Kajka combines simplicity, durability and functionality to create an advanced trekking backpack in the classic Fjällräven spirit. The carrying system is designed to bear extremely heavy loads, and the user friendly Perfect Fit Adjustment System can easily be adjusted to fit different body types. The sustainable wooden frame and fabric creates 90% less emissions of CO2 iin production.
Eco-shell is a waterproof, breathable and sustainable hardshell fabric that is treated using a fluorocarbon-free DWR application. Eco-Shell is made from polyester (both new and recycled fibers), and all emissions that occur during production and transportation are climate compensated.
A Fjällräven original, G-1000 fabric is tightly woven, hard-tested and quick-to-dry, providing excellent ventilation, top-grade wind and water resistance and remarkable durability across the globe.
Thanks to our 40 years of extensive experience in working with down, we have managed to establish a unique and transparent production process where all our down is 100% traceable. This means that when you purchase a down product from us, we can guarantee that it contains only ethically produced down of the highest quality.
The arctic fox of Scandinavia is unfortunately under severe threat of extinction due to overhunting because of its desirable fur coat. Since the beginning of the 1990s, Fjällräven has been cooperating with researchers in a number of different arctic fox projects. We help spread information, supply equipment and donate money to research and food supplementation.
Bertagen, our new range that is a system of layers designed specifically for mountaineering. Built on equal parts tradition and innovation, Bertagen combines functionality, durability, quality and sustainability.
Fjallraven was born in Ornskoldsvik in the north of Sweden. In other words: We were raised by the mountainside. With Bergtagen we want to take you above the tree line to enjoy life with us, to keep the cold out, to trap the warmth in and to be outdoors longer in extraordinarily wild places.