Savotta map case 4

26.99 EUR
Savotta map case 4
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A simple, sturdy and high quality map case. The window is made of special plastic to withstand low temperatures and rough use. High quality, made in Finland!

Opens up with two snaps. Inside you'll find room for an A4 sized sheet, or a bunch of them - the depth is about 3 cm. The shoulder strap is, of course, fully adjustable.

The clear plastic is made to arctic standards and withstands -40 degrees celcius without cracking!

Made by Finn-Savotta Oy

Founded in 1955 Finn-Savotta, or just Savotta, is known for their simplistic and extremely rugged designs. For decades Savotta has been the go-to supplier of hiking gear for the Finnish civilian market and combat gear and tents for the defence forces.

Today Savotta operates two factories, one in Karstula, Finland, where they make all their tents and metal components and one in Estonia where they do about 50% of their sewing.

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