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Take a vacation from the grid.

Your upcoming weekend is already planned; thirty miles of empty trail, nonstop discovery, and a fully loaded JanSport Klamath 68 Backpack are all you need to end the old week and start a new one in style. The pack's PE framesheet and aluminum stay anchor the load so it doesn't buckle during steep scrambles, and the GridFit harness system's four-way adjustability ensures a customizable fit.
  • The padded, perforated EVA back panel encourages breathability for a cool, comfortable hike
  • A padded, adjustable waist belt transfers the heavy load to your legs so you don't ruin your back in the first few miles
  • Bottom-accessed sleeping bag compartment keeps your bedding separate from your food and gear
  • Top lid, side, and bottom compression straps shrink the volume of the pack when you're carrying a lighter load
  • Several exterior pockets hold your water bottles, a rain cover, a map, and camera
  • A hydration sleeve and tube management help you pipe the water to your lips

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I just bought a 68 for me and a 55 for my 13 yr old son. I didn't realize the hydration bladder didn't come with it which is ok. Question is what sleeping bag will fit in the bottom sleeping bag compartment?

Can anyone tell me what size of hydration...

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Can anyone tell me what size of hydration bladder this pack will hold?

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I can put my 4 liter Platypus in it. It sticks out the top of the sleeve if filled all the way but I rarely have more than 3L in it. In this photo all 3 liters of water are in the sleeve.

I can put my 4 liter Platypus in it. It sticks out the top of the sleeve  if filled all the way but I rarely have more than 3L in it. In this photo all 3 liters of water are in the sleeve.
4 5

Soliddd!!!

This pack is great, its lightweight, its comfortable, and its relatively inexpensive, don't be skeptical of the Jansport brand, this is a great pack

Anyone know the LxWxH dimentions on the...

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Anyone know the LxWxH dimentions on the Klamath 68? I'm looking at buying one but will need to take it on an airplain

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29in h x 13in w x 11in d

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Its to big for carry on requirements on most airlines. I've carried mine internationally and had to check it as luggage

5 5

Love this Backpack!

I have an older version of this pack and tried on a bunch of different packs before I decided on this one. The biggest thing I was looking for in a pack was it's weight. This was by far the lightest pack I tried on and had all of the features I wanted. I have been very happy with it and would recommend it to everyone! I wouldn't recommend the Buckthorn Brown color though. I don't know what Jansport was thinking when they made a pack in that color. Blah...

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I agree with Jeff on this one. I searched far and long for a replacement for my Yakworks Trekker(dang mice ate it!!). I found it in this pack! One reviewer says not to be skeptical of the Jansport name?? Must be new to trekking, Jansports been a leading name for almost 40 years. My 1st pack was a D2 in early 70's. And cost way less than most of the "designer foo foo" packs now. And as to the color, what was Jansport thinking? Baby poop yellow?? When I bought mine in 08 it was black or maroon, I picked maroon like my (RIP) Yak. Bottom line, I have used it all over middle east,central asia and here in USA and showing no signs of wear.