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Fjällräven Launches Samlaren Line Made From Surplus Fabric

The name Samlaren means “Gatherer” in Swedish and it is a new limited-release clothing line from Fjällräven that is made from surplus materials, aka fabric scraps. The idea behind the new line is simple: reduce waste, create value, and do right by the environment. Fjällräven has always approached its manufacturing process with a concern for environmental impact, and with the Samlaren line, they continue to do so while innovating toward a more sustainable and circular business model.

“Everything we do has an impact on the environment around us and the people and animals that inhabit it. As an outdoor company, we’re acutely aware of this impact and we do our utmost to keep our environmental footprint as small as possible.”

 

Samlaren is characterized by bold and playful color combinations of Fjällräven’s tried and true fabrics. Starting this March, the Samlaren line launches with reinvented versions of the well-known Greenland jacket and Kånken backpack, both of which utilize G-1000 fabric for hard-wearing, weather-resistant performance.

Learn more about Fjallraven’s new Samlaren line of clothing, here.

 

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When he's not publishing campervan content or gear reviews on ExPo, Matt Swartz is honing his paragliding skills, hiking a 14er, or exploring the backroads of Colorado. His love of travel has seen him bike across the United States, as well as explore more exotic destinations like the Amazon basin and Patagonia. Matt spent three years living in a 1964 RV with his partner, Amanda. He's worked as an Interpretive Ranger and Wildland Firefighter and his photography and writing has been published in Rova Magazine, the Leatherman blog, 'Hit The Road' by Gestalten Publishing, and Forbes.