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@SANGHAN_
Venice, California

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California

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Just in from one of the world's favorite backpack makers, Fjällräven are repurposing leftover fabric from their production to create the Kånken Limited Edition Water Resistant Backpack in four colorways. Part of the Samlaren series,  this pack is littered with both zippered and buttoned pockets and features handles at the top and bottom and padded shoulder straps. Slightly larger than the others in the collection, Samlaren Kånken boasts the same timeless functionality and spaciousness as the original. Fjällrävens are forever - get yours below.
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Search “#Vanlife” on Instagram and you’ll get more than 9 million results. A Google search of the same yields pages and pages of stories about adventure seekers who have converted vans into homes and hit the road indefinitely. The hashtag — which was first used by Foster Huntington back in 2011, according to Insider — has come to symbolize a movement that’s been gradually gaining momentum over the past decade, now even more so in the wake of the pandemic as people continue to seek alternate living and travel options. But the pandemic has also given rise to a second movement happening adjacent to #Vanlife.

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