Fjallraven Kajka 85L Backpack

Fjallraven Kajka 85L Backpack
Fjallraven Kajka 85L Backpack
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Kajka 85L Backpack by Fjallraven
Fjallraven's Kajka 85 Backpack handles heavy loads with a comfy carry for all your week-long adventures. Its Perfect Fit Adjustment System accommodates hikers of all sizes, with a backpanel that adjusts vertically and horizontally to ensure a custom fit. Unlike most frames, Fjallraven made the Kajka's out of wood for the same support and functionality as metal frames, but in a more environmentally-concsious construction. The Kajka is a traditional top loader with a removable top lid, and Fjallraven added a front panel access for easy packing and unpacking. Its sleeping bag compartment features Fjallraven's Wet/Dry divider to keep wet clothes separate from dry clothes. Zippered pockets at the lid, sides, and waist belt offer plenty of organization options, and compression straps offer a secure load for a stable carry through the woods.

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SKU: FJR004V
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