Fjallraven High Coast Trail 26L Backpack

Fjallraven High Coast Trail 26L Backpack
Fjallraven High Coast Trail 26L Backpack
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High Coast Trail 26L Backpack by Fjallraven
Named after a stunning region of Sweden renowned for its hiking trails, the Fjallraven High Coast Trail 26 Backpack is a great choice for afternoon treks and daily bike commutes alike. Its lightweight feel and minimalist styling make it ideal for everyday use, while the rugged, water-resistant fabric and stabilizing straps keep it prepared for outdoor adventures. The internal sleeve stashes your laptop when you're cycling to work, or it can be used to carry a hydration reservoir (not included) for on-the-go drinking on the trail. Waist belt and sternum straps keep the bag from jostling around when you're hiking or biking, and they can be tucked away when you're just out for a leisurely stroll.

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SKU: FJR00CT
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