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Raven 28L Backpack
The Fjallraven Raven 28 Backpack provides streamlined storage for crosstown commutes and rigorous school days. G-1000 Heavy-Duty fabric provides high levels of strength and abrasion-resistance, with Fjallraven's Greenland wax coating for wet-weather resistance. Leather branding and carry handle details infuse upscale sophistication into your daily routine. The padded shoulder straps and back panel comfortably distribute heavy loads without painful pressure points.
Effortlessly loading heavy textbooks, important documents, and daily necessities, the pack's roomy main compartment makes easy work of hauling full-sized loads. The integrated 15-inch laptop sleeve safely clutches your favorite computer as you cruise to work, the coffee shop, and the library. An internal security pocket offers a safe haven for essentials, such as wallets, cash, and keys. Plus, the fleece-lined eyewear pocket safely transports your favorite shades and smartphone without scratching lens coatings or screens.
- G-1000 Heavy-Duty fabric
- Handle with leather detail
- Padded shoulder straps & back panel
- Zippered main compartment
- 15-inch laptop sleeve
- Fleece-lined eyewear & phone pocket
- Internal security pocket
- Side bottle pockets
- Item #FJR009R
- G-1000 Heavy-Duty (65% polyester, 35% cotton)
- 28L (1708cu in)
- Shoulder Straps
- 1 zippered main compartment, 1 internal security, 1 fleece-lined eyewear, 2 side bottle
- Laptop Sleeve
- yes, holds most 15-inch laptops
- 18.1 x 12.2 x 11in
- Claimed Weight
- 2lb 2oz
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
August 25, 2019
Does the Job.. But Good be better
- I've put it through the wringer
I was on the look for a daily driver backpack that could double in the outdoors and last the midwest's tempremental weather but would fit in a casual workplace. This backpack does the job, but a couple improvements could have made this from good to great. Pros: 1) Lots of space / compartments. Definitely didn't feel like I couldn't find a pocket for all my wires/tech 2) Water bottle holders that can actually hold a 32oz nalgene (one of the few packs that I can see that do this) 3) Somewhat slim- doesn't look too bulky (unless you're filling it to the max) 4) Water resistent seems true to the tale - survived a couple minutes in a rain storm and drizzle. Cons: 1) Biggest qualm was the lack of ventalition in the back panel. In the humid midwest this became a huge problem when trying just to bike a couple miles my whole back was drenched. I've had better ventilation in a jansport. Even though the straps are, the material and no ventaliation make it miserable. 2) A lot of packs seem to have this problem - the front zipper pocket works okay (but gets caught 50-50 chance)
September 12, 2018
Versatile Office / Trail pack
- I've put it through the wringer
The need was for something that had all the organization of a typical laptop compatible back pack with out looking like I had a kids back-to-school back pack on. The Raven fit the need with great organization but having a more organic / outdoor feel with the G-1000 fabric vs. the typical nylon packs that are out there. Over the year I have had this pack it has faded slightly which I think gives it a great look and feels more personalized.
June 11, 2019
Thanks so much for interior pic!
August 1, 2019
Could you comment on the water bottle pockets?