This case was developed and designed together with Line, who lives in Norway and is often out on trips with his Greenland dogs. Line is an inspiration for everyone who feels that they find a part of themselves in nature and to get more people to discover it
Line says it best himself
"The joys of nature are shown to those who seek them out
Lines is related to Otto Sverdrup. One of the world's most famous explorers who made some of the most talked about polar expeditions of all time, to both the North Pole and Greenland by dog sled!
Otto was the captain of the well-known boat "Fram", with a crew that made several attempts to reach the North Pole, they took the record for reaching the farthest north ever for their time!
One of Otto's greatest achievements was when in 1898 he tried to reach northern Greenland by traveling by dog sled along its western coast. Due to large ice masses, the mission failed, but instead resulted in the largest survey of the Greenland Islands and the most comprehensive polar expedition of all time.
Otto mapped 260,000 square kilometers of Greenland, and after stopping in Canada he returned four years later to Oslo.
In collaboration with Plastic Bank, we ensure that 3 times the weight of your case is removed from nature (in e.g. Haiti) and becomes part of a new trade system - namely the trade in the recycled plastic. This adds value to the plastic, which in turn creates job opportunities, more reuse and a cleaner nature. A few steps in the right direction! If you also recycle this case as combustible (if it is thrown away in Sweden), the energy is reused and the total amount of trash on the planet is reduced
We use FSC-certified wood in our products, which means sustainable forestry that opposes deforestation, with a focus on having a positive effect on animals, nature and people instead
Tested against dangerous additives, the case is tested for, among other things, cadmium, lead, mercury, 6t-chrome, PBBs, PBDEs, Bis(2-ethylexyl), phthalates and lives up to the requirements and regulations we have in Sweden