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Abisko 65 W

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Abisko Backpack

Abisko Backpack

Fjällräven Abisko an versatile and convenient lightweight trekking backpack in a new and updated version. Male 65 L: http://goo...

How to adjust your backpack

How to adjust your backpack

A well-fitting backpack is vital to an enjoyable trek. Johan Skullman, our outdoor expert and products specialist guides you. Fin...

Simple, light, trekking backpack with comfortable, adjustable carrying system adapted for women. Slim silhouette, spacious main compartment and several pockets.

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  • Description

    Simplified, light backpack for trekkers, backcountry skiers and travellers who like to move about without too much weight. Now with a new, more stable carrying system and new, even stronger polyamide fabric. The back panel has been updated for better air circulation and the hipbelt has a new design that gives even better support. As in earlier models, the length of the back is adjustable and the shoulder straps and hipbelt are designed for a woman's body shape. The hip belt has double adjustment straps at the front for easy handling plus two pockets for snacks and the like. Its slim silhouette and spacious top-loaded main compartment with a large front opening make it a practical backpack that has room for everything you need for a few days trekking or a longer trip away. The main compartment has a snow lock at the top and the extra opening at the front makes it easier to pack and have an overview of contents. The top lid can be raised and has two spacious pockets. The zippered front pocket has space for reinforcement garments, ski skins and other things you need close at hand. There are also side pockets in stretch fabric, big enough for a one-litre thermos. Compression straps at the sides stabilise the pack when it is not full, and they can also be repositioned, for example if you want to attach a sleeping mat to the front of the pack. Pre-shaped, solid base that gives stability when you place it on the ground. Whistle on chest strap and rain cover with reflective print. Hydration system compatible.
    • Pfc-free-impregnation
  • Size, material & environment information

    • SKU: F27192
    • Outer material: 500D 100% Polyamide, 210D Ripstop 100% Polyamide
    • Gender: Women
    • Concept: Trekking
    • Height: 75 cm
    • Width: 33 cm
    • Depth: 35 cm
    • Weight (FJR): 2200 g excl. rain cover
    • Volume: 65 L
    • Elastic waist: No
    • Non Textile Parts of Animal Origin: Yes
    • Volume: 65 L
    • Rain-cover: 1
    • Laptop pocket: No
    • Carrying system: Adjustable height
    Care Label: Clean with a soft brush and lukewarm water
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How to pack your backpack

How to pack your backpack

Packing a backpack is all about organising your equipment in a practical, easily accessible way, learn more from Johan Skullman, o...

Abisko Backpack

Abisko Backpack

Fjällräven Abisko an versatile and convenient lightweight trekking backpack in a new and updated version. Male 65 L: http://goo...

How to adjust your backpack

How to adjust your backpack

A well-fitting backpack is vital to an enjoyable trek. Johan Skullman, our outdoor expert and products specialist guides you. Fin...

To receive your parcel before Christmas, order within: 2015-12-18T15:00 Extended Christmas Return Period until 15th January 2016 for orders made between 20th November - 31st December 2015