15% off Waxed Canvas Bags by Fernweh

Sustainable canvas lunch bags and backpacks.
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The Experience

Receive a 15% discount on all products from Fernweh.

Each Fernweh bag is designed and handcrafted in the company's Aberdeen studio, created entirely from materials made within the UK. The designs are inspired by the beautiful landscapes that Scotland has to offer.

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Allow us to introduce… Fernweh

Fernweh, pronounced "feirn-vay", is a feeling of farsickness. An ache and longing for distant places, a craving for travel and a yearning to explore off the beaten path. 

Founded in 2014 by Fashion Design graduate Laura Sherriffs, Fernweh is an accessories brand created and based in Aberdeen. The team creates handcrafted bags and accessories inspired by a sense of adventure and Scottish wilderness. Their chosen colour palettes reflect the rich landscapes and coasts of the Highlands and North East of the country. 

All materials used are carefully considered and heritage to the land, such as the Scottish waxed canvas and oak bark tanned leather which make up the Adventure Bundle and Muick rucksack. 

Fernweh create rugged, unique designs that blend aesthetics with function, taking inspiration from traditional materials and giving them a contemporary twist.

Why we love Fernweh

Fernweh is a brand that uses natural inspiration to create high quality, purpose driven bags that bring a little adventure to everyday life. Their inspiration is always tied back to the lands in which the products are created, meaning you can take a little piece of Scotland with you on every adventure - whether it's a camping trip, a weekend abroad or just nipping out for groceries. 

Using traditional materials and methods, Fernweh ensured their oak bark tanning is a slow and zero waste process, taking 14 months to tan each hide. There is only one oak bark tannery left in the UK, on the site of an ancient tannery, and it is powered by a 400-year old water wheel. This shows the levels of authenticity their team goes to in order to create something sustainable and traditional. 

Another core value and passion for the business is sustainability, and Laura and the team strive to create a brand that reflects these values. With minimal waste, reused offcuts and by building slow fashion products designed to last, each step of the Fernweh handcrafting process ensures ethical consumption.