The Klattermusen Gna 25L Backpack is a compact, heavy-duty bag designed to carry heavy loads no matter what you're doing. It uses Klattermusen's proprietary Butterfly Bridge technology in order to displace the weight of your bag throughout your skeleton instead of tiring out your muscles. This Carry-on-Bone system relieves strain on your shoulders, neck, and hip muscles and encourages natural blood flow. A lightweight, high-torsion back plate also helps distribute weight, providing a comfortable, efficient carry. In addition to its load-bearing design, the Gna includes many well-thought-out features. Built with hard-wearing fabric that's PU-laminated, your gear is guaranteed to stay dry and the need for a rain fly is eliminated. Internal organizational pockets include a padded laptop sleeve and a zippered valuables pocket. On the outside, multiple cord webbing attachment points are adaptable according to need, and there are more gear loops than you can count. Klattermusen included a whistle and reflective detailing for safety, while the hip belt can be removed if you're traveling on a lighter-load day around town.
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