Fjallraven’s eight travel pouches hold everything you need for every kind of backpacking adventure.
Necessities when you travel include Skyscanner, Airbnb, your Swiss Army knife, camera, and Kindle. Now, we highly recommend adding Fjallraven’s modular holders to the list. They’re Muji-like – but with more colour – and ensure that all your essentials are safely and ergonomically packed.
First, they are Bear Grylls-tough. They are made with Fjallraven’s signature G-1000 Heavy Duty fabric – which is light, despite its name, as well as tear- and water-resistant. It’s a blend of recycled polyester and cotton also used for the brand’s backpacks, jackets and trousers.
Second, the densely woven threads ensure they’re wind-resistant. This means they can keep your gadgets’ batteries warm when need be.
Another useful feature of these Kanken Essentials: all the eight pouches ﬁt in the Kanken Classic backpack. From $19 for a pencil case to $189 for a photography bag, at Actually. – BG
The toiletry case has foam padding to keep it upright, and its PU-coated polyamide lining makes it easy to clean.
The photography bag has foam padding to cushion equipment, and eight compartments for camera, lenses, flash, and a Kanken laptop case.
The cooler case has an interior zippered pocket that can hold a soft ice pack. The pouch also keeps food warm.