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Fjallraven
Singi 28L Backpack

4 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
$179.95
Color:Stone Grey

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Singi 28L Backpack

Exploring deep into the woods is best done with proper preparation and gear, and with that comes the need to haul your load. The Singi 28 offers just the cargo space you need, with a lofty main compartment and plenty of daisy chain loops for clipping on extra gear.


Details

  • Head out prepared with plenty of room for your adventure haul
  • Durable construction holds up to hiking, hunting, fishing
  • Large main compartment offers space for layers and equipment
  • Full length exterior daisy chains allow you to clip on gear
  • Compression straps stabilize your load for wobble-free carry
  • Wide waistband with flexible pocket stashes gadgets
  • Internal pocket for hydration reservoir or lap top
  • Included rain cover shields your pack during showers
  • Item #FJR00R8
Material
G-1000 HeavyDuty Eco S (65% polyester, 35% cotton), 500D nylon
Volume
28L (1709cu in)
Shoulder Straps
padded, adjustable
Waist Belt
adjustable, detachable
Hydration Compatible
sleeve
Access
front panel
Pockets
[external] 2 zippered hipbelt, 1 zippered top, [internal] hydration/laptop sleeve
Gear Loops
daisy chain
Compression
side straps
Rain Cover
included
Dimensions
[backpack] 22 x 11 x 8in, [back length] 17.7 - 19.3in
Claimed Weight
3lb 1.3oz
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

4 based on 5 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

June 15, 2024

A perfect work bag (field and office)

Bought after working out of a north face rucksack (I think it was called that) for a year. I've got mine set up with three pouches; one on each side and one on the center portion covering the elastic cord that's placed there to dry wet stuff. Behind that pouch I have one or two carabiners attached to the cord. This is used for daytrips, 1-2 day overnights in hotels or field stuff with already emplaced tents and cots. So external pouches will hold: jetboil like stove and pot with fuel cannister, 1lt steel bottle of water, and radio equipment and/or chargers mouse, power strip etc. Inside is rain gear on the bottom, notebook carrrier with all the usual work stuffs, additional paperwork, and the laptop. This bag was MAINLY bought for its HARD back with an internal laptop sleeve that was sewn a few inches above the bottom of the bag. I had a previous bag where the laptop sleeve went all the way to the bottom of the bag, and now i have a edge dented laptop as the bag was set down ever-not-so-gently. The lid pouches are a work of dark magic I think, the internal and external pouches are seemingly bottomless and are perfect for all the little "quick need to haves"; headlamps, cell chargers, keys, cards, glasses, sunglasses, zyn, markers, gloves, etc. The second reason this one was bought to replace my old bag was that it can zip from top to bottom on both sides. Enough bag dumps trying to get the thing that always seems to be at the bottom of the bag regardless of how you packed it. I've hunted with it a few times; seemed a little big for that, but I don't carry that much stuff in the first place I guess. Other things: fits perfectly in an overhead compartment on planes (under the seat too if you ditch the center outer pocket), I don't have any opinion on using it as its intended purpose, that of a "trekking" backpack. I don't use it for that and have never worn it for longer distances than through a large airport. It's comfy enough. I removed the waist belts as soon as I got it, so can't speak to those things. I've never used the rain fly as, again, I don't use it for trekking for fun. It's a work bag. It's a fantastic bag. Been using for about two years and which I had it for the past 15. Probably would still be standing where the others have fell by the way side.

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Nate
Fenix Outdoor

Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor

5 out of 5 stars

July 14, 2023

The best

I have had this pack for three years now in Colorado. I hike every week, hunt, and fish, and this pack goes with me every time. Best pack I have ever owned. Hands down.

Shane
Fenix Outdoor

Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor

4 out of 5 stars

March 19, 2023

Excellent day pack

With the added pouch attachments, it's the perfect size for day hunting with the ability to strap your rifle to the back or side. My only complaint is the color of the rain cover. Fine for hiking but a matching green would have been ideal.

Ryan
Fenix Outdoor

Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor

5 out of 5 stars

October 28, 2022

Fantastic Day Hike or Quick Overnight Camp Bag

Tent, mat and bag in the main compartment. Accessories in the top pocket. Food, water and cooking stuff in the optional side pockets. Perfect.

Simon R.
Fenix Outdoor

Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor

2 out of 5 stars

October 19, 2022

Light duty only

This pack does not have two critical features for heavy loads. It lacks an adjustable torso length, so the distance between hips and the shoulders is accommodated by the shoulder strap entirely, secondly, the pack lacks load lifters meaning that heavy loads will rotate the pack off the wearers back leaving a gap at the top of the shoulders and not transfer sufficient weight to the hip belt. Needs adjustable torso and load lifters. Recommend that there also be a square shaped pocket accessory for the front if/when those other design issues are addressed. Would also recommend a non-UN Blue rain cover... for the entire Singi series.

Theodore M.
Fenix Outdoor

Originally reviewed on Fenix Outdoor