Offering streamlined carrying for overnights and minimalist backpacking trips, the Fjallraven Women's Kaipak 38 Backpack efficiently carries all your camping essentials without unnecessary features slowing you down. G-1000 HeavyDuty Eco fabric is abrasion-resistant, standing up to rigorous use and abuse in the wilderness. Side compression straps cinch down bulky loads for easier trekking across steep trails and rough terrain. The adjustable top lid accommodates larger loads, also strapping down over your tent or sleeping pad for efficient load distribution. Heavily padded shoulder straps and hip belt bolster heavy loads. Moreover, the padded back panel features a center channel cut-out that enhances breathability, so you're not soaking in perspiration on summer trips. The roomy main compartment accommodates your clothing, outerwear, and larger camping necessities. Facilitating easy-access to snacks, hygienic essentials, and other items, the zippered front pocket allows you to grab and stash important accessories without digging through the bag's main compartment. Mesh side pockets eagerly clutch water bottles and trail snacks for easy access. Plus, zippered hip belt pockets allow you to store your smartphone within quick reach, should you desire to snap a picture of wildlife or picturesque scenery. There's also an included rain cover for protecting your pack from passing showers and thunderstorms.
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