Fjallraven Abisko Friluft 45L Backpack

Fjallraven Abisko Friluft 45L Backpack
Fjallraven Abisko Friluft 45L Backpack
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Abisko Friluft 45L Backpack by Fjallraven
The versatile and dependable Fjallraven Abisko Friluft 45L Backpack is great for both quick overnighters in the backcountry and technical day hikes. Fitted with an aluminum frame and a mesh back panel, this pack offers lightweight support and unparalleled ventilation for comfort in hot or humid climates. The top-loading main compartment provides plenty of storage for your essentials and features dual side zippers for easy access to your gear. A hip belt helps you support your load and includes two zippered pockets for storing snacks, sunscreen, and other small items. When the afternoon clouds build and threaten rain, pull the rain cover over the pack to protect your gear from the elements.

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SKU: FJR00DB
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