Spotting real and fake Kånken (UPDATED)

Hey!

I'm sure everyone would be aware, but lately the Kånken bag trend has been on the rise. Kånken is a bag brand from Sweden, and their bags have been featured in countless blogs, be it on platforms such as tumblr or Pinterest. 

Here's a pic of the lilac Kånken I got recently along with my OOTD!



That being said, there are many Kånken bags online, and some of them are replicas. Sadly, there have been many dishonest sellers who sell fake kankens at high prices which can pretty much afford you an authentic one if you find it at the right price. 

This is especially prominent on platforms such as Carousell, where sellers claim that their Kånken bags are authentic and charge exhorbitant prices for the fake bags, prices ranging from $20+ (most of these people are honest and admit that their kankens are replicas- replicas are very very cheap) to $100+ SGD (you can pretty much buy a real Kånken at that price) 

So that's the thing: 

How do you know if you're buying a real one? 
I've decided to create a guide so that people will understand how to identify a real and fake Kånken, and hopefully, you won't be fooled or cheated by those dishonest people who claim they've got "the real thing"

Which websites to purchase Kånken bags from: 

There are many many websites out there, selling real kankens, and also fake ones. 

A very trusted and popular site among people I know who bought kankens is http://www.ilovemykanken.com/
This website carries AUTHENTIC kankens, not fake ones. I'd highly recommend this one as it has free international shipping, and also a discount code for purchases (20% off) 

Another site would be by the very company that created the bag: Fjallraven

There are also different companies that you can buy Kånken bags from such as Urban Outfitters. 
I would not recommend any marketplace websites such as Qoo10 etc. because independent sellers sell their bags there and hence the authenticity is questionable depending on the seller.

If you don't want to buy the Kånken bag at full price: 
Now here's the good part: you do not have to spend over a hundred dollars on a Kånken bag (that's the average cost in SGD if you buy from any stores 

I personally bought my Kånken bag on Carousell, in tip top condition, so I'll give you a guide on how to find the real thing. 

Let's get this straight: Kånken does not have any "factory rejects" out for sale. They do have an outlet in Europe just one in Sweden I believe, but the kankens there should look every bit like the real one, so don't buy from anyone claiming they have supplies "direct from the factory". Oh hell no they don't. 

THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS FACTORY STOCKS OR REJECTS. 

And let's be honest - do you really think that someone who brings the real deal back from Europe is going to charge you any cheaper than around $100 which is retail price? No, not unless they've already used it.

1. Reflective logo
I'm not all too sure about this one, but apparently the central Kånken logo should be reflective, not matte. It also shouldn't be a layer of gloss over a print, it's just a nicely sown on, good quality logo. However, I've bought fake kankens before (realised it was fake and luckily I got a refund) and I realise it's not that easy to identify via logo.

Make sure that it doesn't feel rough - the fake one I got previously had a logo that felt like sandpaper or the rough material on a nailfile. The original one should be smooth.

2. All the dots are there: 
The a's in the Fjällräven Kånken logo should have its "a" printed as "å" and "ä"
However, please beware, fakes have this too (very often) 

This logo has to be sewn on properly as well and not curl in any particular direction- it lies flat on your bag.

3. The fox button and WASA logo. 
To me, this is one of the most distinctive signs: 
The fox button has to look like this: 


I've bought fakes before, and they look vastly different. You can pretty much tell which one is fake and which one is real. This is truly the best way to identify. The buttons should also be the same size throughout, regardless of model.

Also, the back of the button should have a WASA6 logo:


However, high grade replicas can have this too, so make sure both are there.

4. Zips. 
The side of the zips should have YKK printed on it (it's a zipper supplier) and the fjallraven prints.

UPDATE: My lilac kanken mini does not have YKK on the zips, but the normal sized fog kanken I had does have it.

My mini kanken zips look like this:





That being said, I'm not sure if the fake ones have this 

5. Material tag: 
Make sure that the Kånken you buy has the model printed correctly 
For the classic Kånken, the tag should say 23510- Kånken, and the number changes to 23561 for kanken mini.

Kanken's main material should be polyvinyl alcohol and not anything else.

Kanken is either produced in Vietnam of China - no other places. Do check the colour is correct in chinese as well as the code number (google translate would be a useful tool if chinese is not your native language)



6. Packaging. Kånken should come with a tag giving the correct code number. However, some sellers may remove it as they have used it. My Kånken didn't come with that tag, but it came with this: 
(Sorry it's so folded) 

But it's a Kånken catalog brochure. I do advise people who buy their kankens to keep this as evidence because it's part of proving authenticity (some people could just stick theirs into a fake one so don't take this as absolute evidence).
Kånken should also come with this thin grey foam padding that keeps it in shape when being sold. 

7. Material
It should feel abit like a soft raincoat material almost, and not any crackly material which I am told fakes do have. Take a feel of your bag and ruffle it around a bit to check.

Love,
Khione 

Comments

  1. I intend to get a Fajllraven Kanken Daypack from Amazon. Before I made an order for the one sold by amazon, there was a table showing other sellers that were also selling the same item. So I clicked on several sellers' frontstores and realised that even the price listed was different from the one sold/handled by Amazon, the information provided, answered questions and the reviews are the same. Since items sold by amazon are trustworthy, I will have no doubt getting the one from amazon,
    but I'm sure if other sellers are selling the same item, imported from the same place. Sorry, English isn't my first language.

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    2. My Kanken has everything above but behind the buttons it says *GUANG TONG*
      so I'm assuming its fake?Idk I even bought it in Vietnam,and it says made in Vietnam.Im really confused can someone help please?

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    3. I found this website https://www.kjhxvsl.com/
      and they seem to have them on sale right now, if you could check it out and let me know

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    4. It seems to be fake. The websites appear to be different because the real website's header has mens, womens, kids, bags and gear while the kjhxvsl.com has kanken large, kanken medium, and kanken small on the header

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  2. Just to point out - I have a real one and recently (accidentally) purchased a fake from ebay. It had all of the things listed above but here is how I notices it was counterfeit:
    1) The material sound crackly when moves around
    2) The material did not have a smooth dry coating and felt thinner
    3) The buttons at the end of the straps were larger than the original
    4) Look at the straps of the bag from the top - the seam of the main compartment should be absolutely in the middle of the 2 straps
    5) The logo on the buttons should show the head as pretty much vertical and not curling inwards
    6) The logo at the front felt rough - it should feel pretty smooth

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  3. Just FYI, the grey foam plate is to sit on when you're outside, so you don't get cold on your but.

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    1. Wth! this is so not true, the foam at the back is to support the bag so it does not get all floppy .

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    2. It is indeed a seat cover. Just look here: http://www.fjallraven.com/catalog/product/view/id/23074/s/save-the-arctic-fox-kanken/category/384/?selected_options%5B92%5D=581

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    3. Uhm, it is very true...

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  4. Just FYI, the grey foam plate is to sit on when you're outside, so you don't get cold on your but.

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  5. this was very helpful to me as i am getting one for the starting school year !:) thank you

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  6. Hello , I would like to ask that how do you differentiate a real kanken no 2 from a fake one ...

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    1. I only have a genuine one so can't compare but the material should be quite thick/stiff. The zippers have the brand name on one side and the logo on the other. The button logos should be nicely embossed with a dark infill and have WASA on the reverse. The front logo and top straps should be nice thick leather with a suede-y feel to them- the leather is wrapped over webbing straps in a sand colour- where you can see the reverse (The bottom corner tabs and the loop round the top straps) the back of the leather is soft almost fluffy.

      Inner labels there should be three plus a small code label behind- first is model codes and production location (vietnam) this label is woven and different texture to those underneath, 2nd is materials (65% nylon, 35% cotton) and care instructions, 3rd is what seems to be production info in characters I can't identify (I assume vietnamese)

      All stitching should be good quality and uniform and the construction of the bag should be symmetrical, the top and bottom seams should be in the middle of the bag.

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  7. I just bought a graphite kanken online and im not sure if its authentic. The material is abit hard and crackly and the stitching on the bag is quite obv . The zip also has "5NO" printed on it instead of "YKK" idk what to do someone help pls

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    1. it's probably a fake :) do try to contact the seller and see if you can work out a refund of some sort!

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  8. My zippers say fjallraven on the front and a fox on the back and the logo is glossy, do you think my bag is real? Everything else makes it seem like an authentic.

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    1. if you've followed the guide and it all seems well, it should be authentic

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  9. My zippers say fjallraven on the front and a fox on the back and the logo is glossy, do you think my bag is real? Everything else makes it seem like an authentic.

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  10. I just bought one from Urban Outfitters but the logo is not reflective and the zippers have on one side the brand and on the other the fox; do you think it can be fake?

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    1. I don't think UO would sell fakes! they always source their items well :)

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    2. I have the same features like on your bag and i don't have a ykk in my zipper but i didn't bought it from u.o, i bought it from "lazada" do you think its fake?

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    3. Hi there, Kirsten. So have you done some research if the Kanken you bought from Lazada is authentic?

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    4. Not very good experience with lazada. The price is too good to be true so i bought one. It has everything mentioned above from the brown tag with the coloured logo, the ykk zipper, button, wasa 6 or 9, but the material does not seem right. It is too soft. The buttons looks almost right but the real one has a flatter surface. Side pocket seams should be 1" but the fake one is 1cm. I must say lazada one is 95% there compared to my real one.

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    5. Lazada is a marketplace with independent sellers, hence it is not guaranteed authentic

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  11. Hello please help. I bought the bag online and the zips are YKK on both sides. But when I went to google more about how to prove authenticity of kanken, somebody said it should be YKK on one side and SHA on the other side. And also, the foam in the bag I purchased is black.

    So is mine authentic?

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    1. it should be YKK on both sides :) im pretty sure the foam plates should only be grey, but they couldve changed it :) if you've followed the guide and all seems well then it should be authentic!

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    2. I have SHA on one side of the zipper too, the other is YKK

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  12. i just got a kanken in graphite and everything looks like what you showed here except the zipper doesn't say YKK on it, it says fjallraven on one side and has the little fox logo on the other side. is this normal now or does it sound like a fake?

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  13. Is there a 5cn on the zip?

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  14. Hey I just bought a classic from ilovemykanken.com. It has everything you mentioned EXCEPT it says made in China, not Vietnam :O Do you think mine's fake???

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    1. Ilovemykanken.com is a legitimate website. I don't think you should worry about it.

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    2. Ilovemykanken always has the real deal :)

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  15. does it matter if you buy a fake??

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    1. I think it doesn't matter if the fake is what's for you. The issue here is if you buy a Kanken thinking it's real (probably paying the price for the real deal too) and not getting it. Fakes are incredibly cheap, and people shouldn't use them as a way to swindle others.

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  16. I just bought a brick classic on amazon prime through seller "happy haus." Evrything i have learnt about real and fake got me to the point that the bag is authentic, except it is made in china (on the tag). Now what should i think? Real or fake???

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    1. Some bags are made in China, so it's either China or Vietnam :) if it has everything it should be authentic

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  17. Hey everyone! So I want to buy a fjallraven kanken mini this week before I go on my trip. While researching websites with quick shipping I found a shop in Vancouver, BC, Canada called "fjallraven" (and it's linked with the official fjallraven website). The thing is, I read a google review saying that they sell bags that are made in china. Do you think this is an official trustworthy store? Thanks!

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  18. Melissa, I work for Fjallraven. There are no fake Fjallraven stores, you can go there, and the staff are all very cool people. :) Some of our products are made in China & Vietnam, and we have strict relationships with suppliers in terms of labor.

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  19. Do you think buying the fjallraven kanken mini from Nordstrom or Zappos or ebags will be authentic?

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  20. i've just bought a kanken from a seller on depop called 'the kanken shop'. the bag itself cost £36 with £3 shipping and it took about 3 weeks to arrive. i've looked at a lot of articles about distinguishing fake and real kankens and mine seems to be real except for the brown tags it came with didn't have the white sticker with the bar code on it and none of the zips say 'YKK' or anything like that on them. they do however have tiny 'g's with dots over the top on the side of the zip. i've never seen that been mentioned anywhere. the material sounds slightly crackly but i don't have the sound of a fake kanken to compare it with. is mine real??

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  21. anyone know where I can buy a fake one? I don't really care about the small differences that other people won't notice and I want one for cheap. I'd also buy one from someone who thought they were buying a real one and got scammed

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    1. Hello I have ordered the real and the fake one just to compare, but do not need the fake and it has not been used

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  22. mine has ykk printed on both zippers front and back.is it real? thanks

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  23. mine has ykk printed on both zippers front and back.is it real? thanks

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  24. So i bought a kanken (warm yellow) in lazada, and the logo isn't glossy and theres a thick little stich in the inside (where the logo is). it came with the pamphlet and the seat cover, and my zipper has fjallraven in the front while theres a arctic fox in the back. is it fake?

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  25. Just wanted to add my 2c. I've got a Fjallraven myself and I've noticed 95% of the people with Fjallravens (in Sydney) are young Asian women particularly Chinese international students at my university. It never occurred to me that they may be fake. We've also got some people leaving business cards where the international students study advertising fake Chanel bags so it makes sense.

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  26. Just want to warn people about a seller on ebay called glixia. I ordered a bag and it's just arrived, the logo is glossy so it's a fake :(

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  27. just wanted to know, which buyer did u get ur kanken from on carousell

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  28. Hi i wanted to ask if mykankenbag.com sells authentic kankens!

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  29. What about lazada, do they sell real kankens???

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  30. I bought a kanken bag recently ,it does have the ykk on the zipper but it does not have 5CN on it .is it fake?

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  31. Hey ! I bought a kanken from a store mentioned as retailer from the fjallvaren website
    The tag inside the bag is the same except the line "this bag is ..." (ecology stuff) is missing... would it be a fake ?

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  32. Does the direction of the head of the fox at which it is pointing to matters?

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  33. the kanken backpack i bought is pink with grey handles/straps. i've never seen that as a color option on the original website though so i'm wondering if it's authentic.

    i did buy it from nordstrom though, and i know they're all about selling brand items so maybe i'm just being paranoid?

    i just want to make sure! please help!

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    1. Hi, indeed I have never seen it before. Do you have an image of it?

      Nordstrom shouldn't carry fakes though

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  34. hey do you guys ever buy kanken at mykankenbag.com? is that website trusted and authentic?

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  35. Hey, do you think this is an authentic one? I'm not sure about the fox logo...

    https://olxkz-ring05.akamaized.net/images_tablicapl/463006293_4_1000x700_plecak-fjallraven-knken-kanken-miejsko-turystyczny-made-in-sweden-sport-i-hobby.jpg

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  36. I recently bought a bag from this website fjallravenkanken-online.com
    The shipping was from china and it was under saiyang co. Ltd. is it a fake one? I am trying to get a refund if they are.

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  38. I bought my bag from Zappos.com. The zippers says fjallraven and half the fox/wolf thing on the other side but they don't say YKK. Also, the tags on the inside say all the same things as yours but the layout is different. Do you think it's real???

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  39. hi where did you buy your kanken from which seller on carousell and at what price ?

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  40. mine have everythig you've mentioned, the buttons, the zippers, the material, the logo, even the tag looks the same, made in vietnam. EXCEPT that it says Kànken, instead of Kånken. should i be worried?

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  41. So I live in Vietnam and I found an instagram claiming to sell kankens that are supposed to be shipped to Japan. Should I trust them? Because kanken is made in Vietnam but you said there was no factory rejects. Here's their instagram: https://www.instagram.com/balokanken.xuatnhat/ (profile roughly translated: Authentic Kanken backpacks for Japan export

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  42. Hello! My kanken arrived today! I guessed it passed on everything, the reflective logo, the fabric, the zippers, buttons, the colored tag, but- i noticed all kankens i found in google images have white rope/cord together with the tag. Mine had a brown one do u think it's fake?

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    1. Please notify me if u replied!! sophiartichokes@icloud.com pls do email me i have a lot of questions i hope u help!! Im gonna show photos of my bag

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    2. Hi, I wouldn't be too reliant on the tag. Mine came with cord, but honestly these things can change.

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  43. Hi! I want to buy a Kanken, I saw some of them in urban outfitters, does anyone knows if they're original? Thanks!

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  44. can u send me a close up of the authentic fabric? and can u describe how the ori fabric feels like? because my bag is kind off stiff and im scared its fake.. PLease help..

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    2. Hi! I don't think you'd be able to tell what the fabric feels like if I uploaded a picture. I suggest you go to a store near you that sells authentic kankens and check in real life :)

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  45. Where should a buy the bag, Nordstrom or Urban Outfitters?

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  46. I bought mine from amazon and it meets all the features of an authentic one. I believe it was the first seller that popped up and I got mine for around $65. I have prime too so I got it in two days so another plus !

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  47. donde puedo comprar las imitaciones mas baratas ?

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  48. donde puedo comprar las imitaciones mas baratas ?

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  49. Hi, I've read on another guide that another thing to look for is the logo in the tag(brown tag), should be colored? Is this applicable to all models?

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    1. Hi, as far as I know this is true.

      I didn't include this as a surefire way of identifying because I know the tag can be reattached and I feel that people may dupe others that way. Tags may also change with time

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  50. Hi. Thank you for the tips on spotting fake kankens. My question is, are the ones in Zalora authentic? Really need to know as I will be buying from there.

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  51. So, I've read your article and all the questions asked and I do not see the one I have. Could someone please comment on whether or not ALL Kanken mini's have the little Swedish flag tab stitched in on the inside back? I've ordered two from Amazon - one had the flag the other did not. I've also looked a many pictures posted on the internet and some have the flag, some do not. So, I'm wondering if the flag is NOT there is the bag fake? Thanks!

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    1. Hello, I don't think that I have it on my bag either, and my lilac model is a discontinued one which means its old.

      It is thus possible that older models do not have this swedish tag. I'm not very sure about this tag either, do you have a photo of it?

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  52. Do the buttons have to be exactly vertical, or..? Cuz mine aren't perfectly vertical so the foxes' angles are different. And I got the re-kanken, and the logo got some thread sticking out. Does that immediately mean it's fake? The zippers still got YKK and SCN on them tho

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  53. I just bought a classic kanken bag, but it is written made in china and zippered there is no writing YKK and buttons brighter, is it a fake kanken bag?

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  54. I really want one but its expensive. I really dont want to spend $80 on a backpack that is (apparently) poor quality

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  55. purchased mine today from urban outfitters. Its really verified as one of the retailers that sale genuine kanken backpacks. went in when the whole shop was on sale unfortunately that was one of a the few products that was full price £75. I asked an assistant if they're ever on sale she said no...

    Happy with my purchase.

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  56. I bought a kanken from ebay for 60 dollars and I checked with multiple websites. It seems to be real and the logo does reflect light like the authentic one. The only difference I found was that my buckles didn't have the brand on the back, apart from that everything else seemed right. It even came with the booklet and the tags had the barcode. Is mine real?

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  57. Hi, i bought one off of amazon; it seems to have everything that you mentioned. The buttons on the top and the bottom are different sizes though.. and mine does not have the Swedish flag in the corner of the name tag. Do you guys think mine is real? It has the real tags but no booklet. It also has the reflective logo

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  58. I see you've removed your comment regarding the ones sold in Zalora. I was wondering if they're selling authentic Kanken bags. I found one that says "order fulfilled by Zalora" and not some other seller. Should I go for it?

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    1. Hi, I recently bought a kanken mini from Zalora and it looks pretty real, but i'm wondering if this is a high grade dupe because the color is kinda patchy (the pink-air blue one) not like the kanken classic that i bought from the authentic store. It aced all the tests except the ykk on either side of the zips aren't that engraved like the other one. But it is listed as one of the stockists if you look at fjallravensea.com/stockists . I really hope this is the authentic one.

      hope this helps!

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    2. I bought my first and second classic kankens from Zalora. They sell authentic kankens. i only buy when they have a decent discount---got it for $55.

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  59. Thanks for sharing such a wo9nderful info about Kånken.Keep sharing.

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  60. have anyone bought kanken from fjallravenonline.com. Is it fake or real?

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  61. Accidentally just bought a kanken from Kankenbackpack.shop Didn’t realize it wasn’t the real site till just now but it hasn’t been delivered yet. Does anyone know if they sell the real thing??

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  62. The thing of foam are not only to keep it in shape, it is also for sitting on when the weather is cold since it keeps your butt warm. Especially when sitting on stones or concrete.

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  64. Does anyone know if this website sells a real fjallraven
    https://yuz.raven-bagshop.com/
    I recently got one and it say it’s shipping from China but shouldn’t be from Sweden

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  66. Hi,I was planning to buy a classic sized kanken in the color pink from Urban Outfitters for the next school year but reviews say that the logo is supposedly not reflective is it possible for Urban Outfitters to be selling fakes?

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  68. I just bought mine from Urban Outfitters (UO) and it seems to be a FAKE for these reasons:
    1. Logo - A's with the dots are too big and A with the circle is merged with the letter itself
    2. Inside stitching near the tag is not parallel. It looks like a low quality mess
    3. Inside sewn owner tag has purveyor to the royal court of Sweden on it even though it is supposed to be on the outside paper tag. Also, the Swedish flag is not perfectly symmetrical
    4. Inside identifier tag says material is 100% vinylal and the Chinese information does not match what was on this blog
    5. Outside tag's website is not the bubbly red that Fjallraven Kanken is associated with. Plus, real tags don't have a row that says size, only ART and COL
    It's a well made fake and I almost couldn't tell the difference, but the stitching gave it away.

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  69. My button says guang tong so is it fake or not. (please let me now asap so that i can return it)

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  70. There are actually factory rejects. But these aren't being sold in the market and are instead tossed out. However, factory workers in Vietnam or China sneak out these bags and sell them to merchants like those in Ho Chi Minh City. A friend of mine owns three Kankens (bought them from the official website) and she went on vacation to Vietnam and chanced upon original Kankens there for half the price of the original. She bought two. The biggest differences between her original Kankens and the factory rejects were the rejects usually had errors in stitches (although very, veeery minimal) and the logo on one of the bags was not as reflective as the other one and the three she bought from the site.

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  71. Hi, Thank you for this post, we are the Official Stockist for Fjallraven Kanken and have many problems competeing against fake sites. We even had one customer ordering a genuine bag from us and then returning a fake bag and asking for a full refund, not good :(. We were originally known as ilovemykanken.com then rebranded to mykankenbag.com and we've recently changed to www.myfoxbag.com

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