Fjallraven Bergtagen 38L Backpack

Fjallraven Bergtagen 38L Backpack
Fjallraven Bergtagen 38L Backpack
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Bergtagen 38L Backpack by Fjallraven
Whether you're bringing a lot of gear or you're heading out light on your feet during your next ascent, the Bergtagen 38L Backpack will suit any adventure. A removable lid, hip belt, and wooden birch frame can be taken out for quicker approaches and summit attemps, and an array of gear loops and compression straps carry everything from ice axes, trekking poles, and an A-frame ski arrangement. The main compartment has a snowlock closure to keep your gear dry, and a reinforced sleeve to stash your avalanche gear for quick access. Padded hip belt and backpack straps provide comfort during long approaches, and the Bergshell recycled nylon fabric is waterproof and abrasion-resistant for years of bagging peaks.

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