Designed to take on all four seasons, the Fjallraven Keb 52L Backpack is ready for your overnight or minimalist trips on foot or on skis. It is constructed with Fjallraven's award-winning wooden frame that is easily adjusted to fit a wide range of back lengths to provide you with a great fit for a comfortable carry. The supportive hip belt and shaped shoulder straps further enhance your comfort when you're carrying a full load. The pack also features hardwearing fabrics that hold up to the rigors of days spent on the trail and repels snow to keep your gear dry and protected from the elements. Plus, its narrow profile won't hamper your mobility when you're on a technical traverse or meandering up a skin track. Fjallraven constructed the Keb with thoughtful compartments to keep your gear organized and easily accessible even when you're wearing gloves. A large main compartment with a snowlock closure accommodates the majority of your gear while zippered pockets in the lid and hip belt keep your smaller essentials close. The hip belt also features loops for pulling a toboggan when you're on a yurt trip with friends. Finally, gear loops and compression straps make it easy to attach ice axes, trekking poles, and your skis while you explore and hike.
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