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Tech features and classic style for day hikes.
The Fjallraven Kaipack 28 Backpack is a classic trekking pack with a functional, no-nonsense design and robust materials made to handle life on the trail. Perfect for shorter hikes and day trips, it features an extremely tough G-1000 Eco Heavy Duty fabric that is almost impossible to wear out, gives the pack a classic look, and is made with organic cotton to make it less harmful to the environment. It's also waxed for water resistance, and there's an included rain cover in case you get caught in a serious downpour.
A detachable hip belt and sternum strap keep the pack secure and steady when you're hiking, and trekking pole attachment points give you a spot to store your poles when you don't need them. Compression straps help you squeeze in everything you need for the day, and multiple pockets help you stay organized.
- G-1000 Eco Heavy Duty fabric
- Top loading
- Top lid with two pockets
- Zippered front pocket
- Compression straps
- Trekking pole attachment points
- Detachable hip belt
- Sternum strap with whistle
- Rain cover included
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- Q & A
Trying it out
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I am a huge fan of Fjallraven and all of their product. I am going to try this pack out this winter for my touring pack. I will do another post and let you know how it worked.
I love this bag!
But I also love all Fjallraven bags, so be warned!!
So I have an Oakley pack that I used for skiing, carrying my laptop, camera, and some light hiking. It met my dogs mouth and now I am looking at other packs. I was curious if this would be able to hold all those items in various travel situations besides just being about hiking.
Do you know if you guys will ever be getting the 38L in stock?
Is this pack compatible with a water reservoir?
Sadly, no, this pack is not hydration compatible. However, we do have a couple other options that are hydration compatible at a similar price and size. Check out the Millet Prolighter 27: http://www.backcountry.com/millet-prolighter-27-ld-backpack-1650cu-in?skid=MIL004L-DEEHOR-ONESIZ&ti=UExQIENhdDpPdmVybmlnaHQgQmFja3BhY2tzICgyMDAwIC0gMjk5OSBjdSBpbik6MToxMDpiY3NDYXQ3MTExMDAxMDk=
And the Salewa Peuterey 30 :