Fjallraven Kaipak 38 litre Rucksack
These pack’s are fairly unique to Fjallraven, been made from their tough, durable G1000 waxed material. It’s got a unique look too, due to the material. A classic bushcraft bag, with a modern style and twist. It could be used for lightweight back packing and certainly used for bashcraft camp forging! It’s not a light pack, but durability and features come at a weight premium. Certainly top be used for extended day trips into the wilds.
All told it’s a very well put together rucksack which will full fill many roles for the ardent outdoors type and should give years of faithful service.
Simple, robust trekking backpack for daytrips and shorter overnight treks, all year round. Made from G-1000 HeavyDuty Eco in recycled polyester and organic cotton. The durable fabric gives a timeless impression and can be waxed with Greenland Wax for extra resistance against moisture and wear. The carrying system has a fixed back length and is stable and substantial for the backpack’s size. The hipbelt and shoulder straps are adapted to fit a man’s body type and the hipbelt has two pockets for sun screen, snacks or the like. The backpack is top loaded and has a spacious main compartment with snow lock. The top lid can be raised and has two pockets. There is an attachment loop for an ice axe and trekking poles and the backpack is hydration system compatible. A zippered pocket at the front holds rain gear and the like, and there are two side pockets. Compression straps on the sides stabilise the contents of the pack when it is not fully loaded. Whistle on the chest strap and base made from durable polyamide. A rain cover in visible safety colour UN Blue is included.
- Concept: Trekking
- Height: 65 cm
- Width: 32 cm
- Depth: 27 cm
- Weight (FJR): 1600 g
- Volume: 38 L
- Material: G-1000, Polyamide
- Outer material: G-1000 HeavyDuty Eco: 65% polyester, 35% cotton, 500D 100% Polyamide
- Rain-cover: Included
- Laptop pocket: No
- Carrying system: Fixed
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