ECOALF

Wild Sherpalf Backpack Black

Adventure backpack made mainly from sustainable materials that avoid the use of conventional materials. Includes PURETI technology.

Sustainability
  1. Conscious Materials: This product contains recycled polyester, with use of mono-materials. Also, it is Global Recycled Standard (GRS) certified and conform to the circular economy.
  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: 100% recycled nylon
        • 2nd Fabric: 100% Recycled nylon
        • 3rd Fabric: 100% Recycled polyester
        Details
        • Adventure backpack
        • Three outer pockets
        • Water-repellent zips
        • Lightweight and practical design
        • Inner laptop compartment
        • Inner zip
        • PURETI Technology
        • Waterproof 10K
        • Breathable 5K
        • This item contains fabrics made by bluesign® SYSTEM PARTNER manufacturers
        • PFC-free
        • Vegan
        Dimensions
        • Hight: 50cm
        • Width: 28cm
        • Depth: 13cm
        • Capacity: 17L
        Shipping & Returns

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        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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