Roald Backpack Navy
✓ Two zip pockets on the front, 1 zip pocket inside
✓ Suitable for 15 inch laptop
✓ Capacity: 17 liters
✓ Dimensions: 28 x 36 x 17 cm
✓ Material: Organic cotton, recycled polyester and leather details
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A very popular and sustainable backpack! This Roald Navy SQA532 Backpack from Sandqvist is a classic model, made from organic cotton canvas with a lining of recycled polyester. This gives you not just a nice looking backpack, but also one that is very durable in use and environmentally friendly. The details of this Roald backpack are made of high-quality and sustainable leather.
On the inside you will find a 15 inch laptop compartment and a zipper pocket for all your little belongings. On the outside are two zippered compartments to store all things you would like to have at hand quickly. Set the adjustable shoulder straps to your ideal length and your Roald backpack is ready for use!
Sandqvist Roald product specifications:
- Capacity: 17 liters
- Dimensions: 28 x 36 x 17 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.