Fjallraven Abisko Friluft 45L Backpack - Women's

Fjallraven Abisko Friluft 45L Backpack - Women's
Fjallraven Abisko Friluft 45L Backpack - Women's
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Abisko Friluft 45L Backpack - Women's by Fjallraven
The durable Abisko Friluft 45L Backpack was built for gear-heavy overnight or minimalist multi-day treks in the backcountry during the warm summer months. Its large main compartment and many practical pockets accommodate and organize your gear while the Air Vent carrying system ensures carrying comfort. This ergonomic system utilizes an aluminum frame and mesh back panel that allows air to circulate freely against your back to help keep you cool during long miles in warm temperatures. Additionally, the pack's durable face fabric holds up to the rigors of the trail and the waterproof nylon base adds extra protection from ground moisture when you set the pack down at camp.

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