As simple in design as it is durable in construction, the Fjallraven Kaipak 58L Backpack won't weigh you down with unnecessary bells and whistles during multi-day excursions on the trail. Its smart and simple design gives you everything you need and nothing you don't, starting with a durable and eco-minded fabric that's made with a rugged blend of recycled polyester and organic cotton. Comfortable padding on the shoulder straps, hip belt, and back panel ensures that you can carry heavy loads without feeling unnecessary stress, while side compression straps help you pull the load in as close as you need to during challenging trail sections. There's a deployable rain cover for those times when your trek to the next campsite gets interrupted by unexpected showers, as well as trekking pole attachment loops that free up your hands during technical summit scrambles. Tack on lots of pockets for convenient access to gear, snacks, and hydration, and you've got a burly go-to pack for all of your overnight trail endeavors.
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