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Our handmade Himalayan hemp backpacks and mini backpacks flaunt an exclusive design thoroughly thought and made by our founder David, together with the artisans in Nepal.
Core Hemp Himalayan Hemp Backpacks

Our hemp products are all crafted and handmade with 100% vegan, fair trade Himalayan hemp.

The variations of our hemp backpacks from Nepal go from the small, handy pure hemp mini backpack range, that come in 4 different colors to bigger designs.

The one with the laptop compartment is a favorite with professionals on the go but also as a cool school bag.

It is also very practical as a digital nomad backpack - handy for travel while spacious enough to keep all the documentation and chargers with you.

If you are a conscious buyer and it is important to you where to buy hemp backpack which supports sustainable fashion for the wellbeing of this earth and also ensures the sustainable livelihood of the artisans that make it, then you've touched home base with Core Hemp.

By buying a Core Hemp backpack you are converting yourself into an advocate for change. 

You're taking significant action into being earth-friendly and promoting good for our planet and sustaining our friends in Nepal - thank you!

FAQs 

Are hemp backpacks waterproof?

Hemp is a highly absorbent fiber.  This makes is water-resistant but not waterproof.

In practical terms, if you’re caught out in the rain and run through it, it’s most likely that your hemp backpack gets splashed upon but it absorbs the water so your items inside are safe.

If the rain is heavier, then, well, run for cover! 😊

Can you wash a hemp backpack?

Yes.

The fibers in hemp become stronger in water because it helps them tighten up.

The trick to prevent hemp bags from shrinking is to wash them in cold water.  Now don't go running to the next river to have your hemp back cleaned up.  All you need to do is set the washing machine on cold - it's usually symbolized as a star.  If you live in a place where there are some months in which the water is way too cold, go with the lowest temperatures possible.

Once the washing is ready and while still wet, the trick is to give them a good old tug to open the bag into its usual extended shape.

Try avoiding putting it in the dryer.  It usually dries up pretty quick anyway.