A Sustainable Backpack from Kula.

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The wonderful brand that is Kula reached out to me recently, offering me the chance to try one of their sustainable, vegan bags and I can honestly say that I love it. It’s something I’ve been wanting to add to my collection for a while but finding a stylish backpack which is also practical is quite the task!

Kula are committed to using sustainably sourced materials to develop stylish vegan bags and backpacks that have a better impact on the environment. They don’t use leather (or any other animal-based materials in any of our bags or backpacks).

The full Kula collection is designed using Texon Vogue – a durable, practical and washable paper… I know, right?! Who knew that paper could be made into such beautiful bags. I personally love the fact that this material can be washed, no need to worry about marks and stains.

The lining on their bags is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles. 54% fewer CO2 emissions are generated during the production of this material (compared to a material like polyester). 

I chose the Salford Backpack from their collection as I thought it would be the most practical for me. However, they have a gorgeous range of bags featuring small backpacks, totes and also a range of colours.

I find it really light to wear, even when it’s quite full. The actual backpack doesn’t add any extra weight. I also find it keeps it’s shape really well. The Salford backpack has SO many pockets. It’s an organised person dream. I find the big pocket on the front especially handy for storing items I need to get to quickly, like my face mask when popping into shops.

I like the handles on the top of it too as I find them handy to grab when on the go. The texture of the bag makes it looks really interesting and unique.

I’m really impressed with my Kula bag. It’s something I’m going to have for a long time and I’ll definitely be recommending to friends and family.

Have you heard of Kula Bags before? Do you like the bag I picked out?

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