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Extend your treks into the wild or into foreign cultures.

With enough pack space to leave the civilized world for a week or more, the JanSport Katahdin 70L Backpack hauls expedition-sized loads easily with its adjustable, cushioned suspension system. Even if you don't need all 4270 cubic inches of space, this beefy backpack features plenty of compression straps to keep the load secure and stable.

  • Padded EVA back panel and padded, adjustable shoulder straps and waist-belt cushion a full load for days
  • Adjustable harness system fits torso sizes between 16 and 19 inches
  • Top lid holds go-to items like a map or snack and protects the top-accessed pack from the elements
  • Bottom zippered sleeping bag compartment lets you get to your bag without emptying your pack
  • Hydration sleeve with exit port and tube loops keeping you drinking and moving all day
  • Dual side storage pockets, front zip pocket, front mesh pocket, and two side water bottle pockets hold accessories where you can get to them easily
  • Side, bottom, and top lid compression straps reduce dead space and solidify the pack for transport, and also attach additional gear
  • Two ice axe loops hold mountaineering tools or trekking poles

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3 5

Good backpack for the price

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The quality of this Jansport backpack was good. I liked the look of it (Grey with white straps). There was enough space to fit all my gear for a 5-day backpacking trip to the Isle Royale National Park.
My complaint has to do with with the quality of the shoulder straps. If the backpack is fully loaded (38 pounds) and you have to walk in excess of three miles you shoulders will hurt because there is no enough padding on the shoulder straps. I wish I would have spent more money and buy an Osprey backpack.