Hi friends! I forgot to share my Fjallraven Kanken Mini Lake Blue I got few months ago from Fjallraven.com and thought I should share it with you guys. I bought it directly from Fjallraven.com because there are words on the net that there’s a possibility of getting a fake one.
This is a really popular bag and I see why it is. I really wanted the Frost Green with the Peach Pink straps, but I decided that Lake Blue would do. The color shown on Fjallraven site is pretty much similar to the color that I got. At times, the blue looks a bit faded, but in the direct sunlight or light, it looks like the vibrant blue as shown on the site.
The material of the backpack is not soft, but stiff which helps keep the rectangular shape. So far I’ve taken it to the zoo, hiking, and just for everyday stuff. The straps aren’t the most comfortable for long time wear, but it wasn’t too bad.
The website states the pack is waterproof. I was able to test it out in a major rainstorm so stick around as I’ll review what it looks like now, where I’ve taken it, and if it passes the waterproof test. From the looks and the feeling of the fabric, it seems like it will keep my belongings dry. The zippers can be a pain as well as adjusting the straps but you get used to it. Even though the zippers can be difficult, it makes me feel more at ease knowing someone behind me won’t be able to open up the zippers like a sly ninja.
This backpack looks little, but it can really hold a lot of stuff. You won’t believe it until you try it yourself.
I just love the reflective logo, don’t you? This make it a perfect backpack to wear around town even in the dark.
I’ll be doing more posts about this backpack and what can actually fit. You’ll be surprised that even a Canon T3i can fit1