Blafre Backpack 6L or 8.5L - Grey
Blafre Backpack 6L or 8.5L - Grey
Blafre Backpack 6L or 8.5L - Grey

Blafre Backpack 6L or 8.5L - Grey

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Brand: Blafre

With its nordic design, this wonderful retro backpack in grey from Norwegian brand Blafre is a real classic.

Sometimes the simple solutions are the best. Blafre designed and developed this backpack at home at Ekeberg, because they never found the kindergarten backpack of their dreams. Simple shape, fresh colours to choose from and solutions that makes it comfortable on small backs (6L fits best 1.5 – 4 years old) (8,5L fits best 3 – 5 years old).

The chest strap in front is an important detail that makes the backpack stay put and which can handle a tumble. The model is inspired by times past, but has modern solutions with attention to ergonomics – the best of both worlds.

Enjoy taking a closer look at the details; the buckle on the front is made from real leather. Furthermore the backpack has white trimmings and is made from polyester with a matte surface, which gains a fine worn sheen with usage. Just the right size, you will have room for a lunchbox and bottle, and a few extra bits and bobs.

Product details:
Choose from 2 volumes: (6L fits best 1.5 – 4 years old) and (8,5L fits best 3 – 5 years old).
Size: 6L: 25 x 23 x 12 cm (LxBxH) and 8,5L: 35 x 30 x 12 cm (LxBxH).
Material: Made of water-repellent polyester with matt finish (300D), which gives a nice patina when used. Details made of leather.
Color: Grey.
Details: Water repellent, white leather details, easy to use magnetic closure, chest strap can be removed, soft and solid shoulder straps and reflective stripes included.

Blafre is a Norwegian family business, founded in the fall of 2005 by Ingrid and Remi Fagervik. All products from Blafre are made from the highest quality materials, as ethical and natural as possible. Stainless steel was chosen for the drinking bottles and the lunch boxes are made from safe, recyclable plastic without chemicals. The packaging is made of cardboard and the products are produced locally as much as possible (in Norway).