This cute mini backpack is an everyday bag for those who believe less is more. The modern minimalist style is lightweight and made from recycled material. The Logan has adjustable backpack straps and fixed tote handles for convenience.
ESSENTIALS COLLECTION: From the trail to the office to brunch, our Essentials collection is made for the active woman. The collection is crafted with Repreve fabric made from recycled water bottles and features RFID blocking protection on the front panel.
• Liter Capacity: 5
• Dimensions: 8.5” x 11.5” x 3”
• 17 plastic bottles diverted from landfills and waterways
• Weight: 8.8 oz
• Materials: 100% Recycled Polyester
• Water Resistant: Yes
• Vegan: Yes
• RFID Protection: Yes
• Ways to Wear: Tote, backpack
• # of pockets: 3
• 1 Main zippered compartment
• 1 Exterior zipper volume pocket
• 1 Interior slip pocket
• Tech Compatible: No
• Strap Length:
• Adjustable backpack straps: up to 36”
• Adjustable crossbody straps: up to 72” (available in Bloom, Bluff, and Juniper color)
• Tote handles: 12.5”
• Key Leash: Yes
• Detachable Keychain: Yes
• Designed in Boulder, CO
Sherpani Care Tips:
We build our products to last over extended periods of use. By taking care of your products you will ensure a longer lifetime for your bag.
"The Complete Guide of How to Clean and Care for Your Sherpani Bag
Posted by Tess Victoria on January 16, 2024
In the days of fast fashion and its subsequent environmental impact, Sherpani is proud to be recognized for making products that last. One of the best ways to practice conscious consumerism is by investing in high-quality products, and then using them for as long as you are able. Some of our customers have been carrying the same Sherpani bag for a decade! We want your Sherpani bags to stay with you for years, and, of course, to accompany you on many adventures! To achieve this, it’s important to know how to care for your bag properly.
Though we stand by the durability of our bags, we also know that life can get messy. Whether it was sticky toddler hands grabbing for mommy’s purse or a tragic coffee spill that resulted in an undercaffeinated commute, the wear-and-tear of life is bound to take its toll. So if your Sherpani bag looks less than brand new these days, we definitely get it. And we’re here to help!
This leads us to one of our most common questions…
How do I Clean My Sherpani Bag?
The best way to clean your Sherpani bag is by hand. Here is a step-by-step of our full recommended method:
What you’ll need:
Tape (any kind)
Vacuum with a hand-held attachment
White cloth x3
Want a dish soap recommendation? Check out our friends at Boulder Clean. Besides our shared value of sustainability, we also share a hometown, beautiful Boulder, Colorado!
Step One: Clean the Interior
First things first, empty your Sherpani bag. Don’t forget to check all the pockets. (Can we just say that we love this part? Hello, missing earring back, nice to see you again. A long-forgotten fortune cookie prophecy? Yes, please!)
Next, try to turn your bag inside out. This will be easier with some designs than others. Once inside out, you can easily vacuum away all crumbs and accumulated dust from the main compartment.
If the inside-out trick isn’t working, you can try lint-rolling the interior lining of your bag. When it comes to the bottom, we suggest making a sticky tape ball to roll around inside and pick up any stubborn crumbs. This tape ball method should also do the trick for cleaning the smaller compartments and zipper pockets.
Step Two: Spot Clean the Exterior
Now it’s time to tackle the tough stains that tell the story of your bag’s usage. For these, make a soapy solution with warm water and a few drops of dish soap. Stir the solution with a toothbrush and use the brush to clean any stains. Use small, circular motions - and be patient! If you can’t tell whether or not a stain is coming out, wait until the next day when the bag is fully dry to decide if you need to hit the stain again.
Note: Never use bleach on your Sherpani bag!
Step Three: Clean the Exterior
Soak one of your white cloths in the remaining soapy solution from step two. Ring out the cloth so it is damp, not soaking. Wipe down the entire exterior of your bag. Dampen a second cloth with warm water only, and wipe down the exterior again to remove any soapy residue. Use the third, dry cloth for a final wipe down to give your bag a head start on drying.
Note: We suggest using white cloths to avoid the chance of color bleeding onto your bag.
Step Four: Polish the Hardware
Dip cotton swaps into your soupy solution and polish the hardware until it shines! Be sure to fully dry off the hardware with your dry cloth after polishing.
Number Five: Air Dry
Store your bag away from direct sunlight and allow it to air dry for twenty-four hours. To take your bag care to the next level, stuff it with uncolored tissue paper (small bag) or a white towel (large bag) so that it holds its shape while drying.
Follow the steps above to keep your Sherpani bags looking new for years!"