Hege Navy Backpack
✓ Outside: 1 hidden zip pocket on the side
✓ Suitable for 15 inch laptop
✓ Capacity: 18 liters
✓ Dimensions: 30 x 42 x 15cm
✓ Material: Leather and durable 18 oz cotton canvas
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This beautiful Hege Navy backpack SQA1228 by Sandqvist is a quality and beautiful bag made of 18oz canvas and leather. The backpack closes with two metal buckles and has a capacity of 18 liters. Inside are two open compartments, a zipper pocket and a 15 inch laptop sleeve to easily organise all your belongings. On the outside, there is an extra hidden zipper pocket for storing items that you would like to have on hand quickly. Adjust the bag perfectly using the adjustable shoulder straps. These are also made of cotton, which makes carrying the bag even more comfortable.
This Hege bag is very durable due to the use of organic cotton canvas in combination with high-quality leather details and YKK zippers.
Sandqvist Hege Navy product specifications:
- Weight: 1060 grams
- Capacity: 18 liters
- Dimensions: 30 x 42 x 15 cm
Sandqvist organic cotton
By choosing organic cotton, you opt for fair working conditions for cotton farmers and for protecting our climate. Organic cotton has been grown without chemical pesticides, without artificial fertilizer and without genetically modified crops. As a result, organic cotton has up to 46% less impact on the climate compared to normal cotton.
In addition to the impact on the environment, some 50 million cotton farmers live in poverty worldwide, earning less than $ 1.50 a day. Sandqvist buys organic cotton directly from self-sufficient Indian farmers who grow their organic cotton on a small scale. As a result, farmers receive fair compensation and work under better conditions. An important additional advantage is that when growing organic cotton no pesticides are released that are often harmful to entire local communities.