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Simultaneous spinning and dyeing – saving water, chemicals and energy

Traditional textile dyeing is done by immersing fabric in a dye bath, rinsing it and then drying it. With SpinDye® the pigments are instead added to the spinning solution before it is extruded through the spinneret to become fibers for fabric weaving.

Through this process, the color pigments become a part of the fiber and the SpinDye® fabric gains excellent colour fastness that stands up to light, washing, rubbing, per-spiration – even bleach.

The environmental benefits are the most important reason behind Fjällräven using SpinDye® fabrics in our collection. But better colorfastness in combination with less chemical waste and the reduced use of water makes SpinDye® a great choice also on behalf of our superior quality standards.

These are the reductions with SpinDye® recycled pet, when compared to virgin polyester with tradition dyeing.

  • 75% less water
  • 67% less chemicals
  • 39% less energy
  • 20% lower carbon footprint

It’s been used for decades and has won the hearts of people all over the world without changing its timeless design. But now a new version of Kånken is being released.
Read the story about Re-Kånken

”We challenged ourselves to make a version of Kånken that would have as little environmental footprint as possible”. Head of Design, Henrik Andersson, explains the design story behind the making of Re-Kånken.

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  1. Crowley Piqué Shirt

    Crowley Piqué Shirt

    Short-sleeve pique shirt in quick-drying functional material. Classic design with low coll...
  2. Re-Kånken Mini

    Re-Kånken Mini

    Special edition Kånken Mini, made entirely from polyester recycled from plastic bottles. A...
  3. Re-Kånken


    Special edition Kånken made entirely from polyester recycled from plastic bottles. Ready t...
  4. Övik Fleece Sweater

    Övik Fleece Sweater

    Comfortable fleece sweater made from recycled polyester with a high collar and buttons at ...