Fallback

Fjällräven Introduces Samlaren Collection Made With Deadstock Materials

Making use of leftover material from production, the limited collection features classic pieces in bold, patchwork colorways

Fallback
Related articles
Best Sustainable Backpacking Meals: Minimize Waste in the Backcountry
A Responsible Buyer's Guide to Zero-Waste Backpacker Meals

No-or-low-waste camping meals and backpacking food does exists. Here's what to look for, how to avoid greenwashing, plus five companies to support

Australia's Clever Longhouse Is a 3-in-1 School, Farm, House
This Supersized 360-Foot-Long Shed in Australia Is a School, Farm, and Home

This unassuming hilltop building is home to a meandering garden of edible plants, living quarters, cooking school, sauna, and more

Arvin Goods Hemp BioFiber Socks Combat Environmental Waste in Style
How Arvin Goods Turns Food Waste (and Hemp) Into Comfy, Tech-Infused Socks

To tackle the fashion industry's environmental problems, this small sock brand is embracing up-cycled materials made from waste

13 Best Down Pants for Cold Weather Adventures (and Relaxing at Home)
13 Best Down Pants for Cold Weather Adventures (and Chilling at Home)

Lightweight, packable, and hyper-warm, the down pant is a gear essential few have adopted, but a game-changer for those willing to

How Alpine Parrot Is Promoting Inclusion & Equity With Hiking Gear
This Tiny Hiking Brand Is Taking on the Outdoor Industry's Inclusion Problem

The outdoor apparel brand for people of size founded by engineer Raquel Vélez is driving a new narrative around who participates in outdoor activities

3 Gear Redistribution Groups Making the Outdoors More Accessible
These 3 Gear Redistribution Groups Are Helping Make the Outdoors More Accessible

Getting quality, used gear into the hands of underrepresented outdoorists is an impactful way to build a better, more inclusive outdoor community

More articles
Fallback
Fallback
Fjällräven Introduces Samlaren Collection Made With Deadstock Materials

Gallery Mode

Author

Ellen Eberhardt

Back to article
Fallback