ECOALF

Ginzalf Backpack Black

The Ecoalf Ginza backpack showcases the importance of sustainable design, whilst being the perfect option for daily commutes. Exceptionally lightweight yet waterproof and durable, the bag is perfect for busy city living. Featuring a carry handle roll top, adjustable shoulder straps and easy-access external pockets, whilst the roomy interior features a padded laptop compartment that will safely store your electronic devices.

Sustainability
  1. Conscious Materials: This product contains recycled polyester, with use of mono-materials.
  2. People: At LABELL-D we are committed to fair and responsible working practices. For this reason, we assess the working conditions of our brands through the ‘Good On You’ rating system, with the requirement that their minimum rating for the People category is "It's a start" - where brands score 3 out of 5. Ecoalf' labour rating on Good On You is "It's a start", scoring 3 out of 5.
  3. Positive Actions:
    1. Profit Sharing: 10% donated to Ecoalf foundation.
    2. Participation in social projects: Upcycling the Oceans.
    3. Volunteering programs: 1m2 for Nature

    4. B Corporation: Ecoalf is a Certified B Corporation.

    Made in
    • Made in China.
        Composition
        • Main fabric material: 59% Recycled polyester, 41% Recycled nylon
        • Lining: 100% Recycled nylon
        • Outer: 100% Recycled Polyester
        Details
        • Waterproof and lightweight
        • Carry handle roll top
        • Adjustable shoulder straps
        • Internal laptop compartment
        • External zip pockets
        • Click closure flap pocket
        • PFC free
        Sizing
        • One size
        Shipping & Returns

        Complete information on Shipping & Returns can be found on our Orders, Shipping & Returns page. For detailed information please click here.

        Our Assessment Process

        We are committed to changing the status quo, making sustainable fashion the new norm. We believe sustainability demands transparency and being aware of how the clothes we wear are made. We must be conscious of the impact of that production and what actions our favourite brands are taking to protect our planet and wellbeing for generations to come.

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