The Canfield C Backpack is weather-resistant, durable and sleek, making it perfect for anywhere your day might take you.
The roll-top design enables a wide-mouth opening, complete with a zip and a magnetic hold and so you can fill this bag to the brim worry-free. The C has a vegan leather-like strap closure on the front pocket rather than the Canfield B’s zip pocket.
A secure and innovative closing feature, secret wallet pocket, and chunky zip come together to create a secure and trendy backpack. No matter the length of the commute, the weather outside, or how many belongings you’re toting, the Canfield C is the ideal travel accessory, commuter bag, kids school bag, and all round practical backpack.
Twelve or more plastic bottles are used to make the recycled (rPET) materials for each Canfield bag, and all ROKA bags are vegan friendly too!
If your laptop or tablet is a bit larger the Medium Canfield C is perfect for you. With enough space for a 15" laptop, you'll be able to take everything you need anywhere you go. This size has two side water bottle pockets.Each medium bag is 42cm x 30cm x 12cm.
At ROKA, we take pride in our brand and our products. Here’s a look at what this bag is truly made of:
Outer material: weather resistant recycled canvas with a matte feel (triple coated)
Base material: weather resistant canvas (triple coated)
Lining material: matte nylon
Hardware: galvanized, smoked, branded metal.
Straps: cotton webbing adjustable shoulder straps and wide loop handles, v-factor comfort
Zips: Sturdy durable chunky zips allow easy glide, quick open/close for all ages
All of our products are vegan.
Inside each ROKA bag is a lightly padded laptop pocket, a small personal pocket, and padding to add comfort to the back when carried.
All of our products are creature friendly and vegan. While ROKA bags are washable, usually a simple wet sponge does the job. The materials used are designed to be durable and weather resistant.
Did you know?
The Canfield is named after a street where Brett & Emma first lived together in North London.