Fjallraven Kaipak 38L Backpack

Fjallraven Kaipak 38L Backpack
Fjallraven Kaipak 38L Backpack
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Kaipak 38L Backpack by Fjallraven
Using the mountainous fjords of Sweden as both its inspiration and testing grounds, Fjallraven designs all of its packs with durability in mind, and the Kaipak 38 Backpack is no exception. Made with Fjallraven's burly G-1000 Heavy Duty Eco fabric, the Kaipak is made with a combination of recycled polyester and organic cotton fibers. The pack implements a ruggedly simple design with an adjustable top lid, top load design, and a single zippered pocket along the front of the pack. The sides of the pack are equipped with two stretch mesh pockets for water bottles, while two zippered hip belt pockets keep any snacks and navigation tools close at hand. The main compartment is large enough to carry gear for either big day hikes, or light and fast overnight backpacking trips. Side compression straps and gear loops for either trekking poles or ice axes keep gear secure.

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SKU: FJR0057
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