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A women-specific fit and great hauling capabilities make the Women's Abisko 65 Backpack from Fjallraven a trail-favorite. This top-loader features a pre-formed, rigid bottom that lets the pack stand freely, making it extremely easy to load and access. The outer fabric is made of durable ripstop nylon that combines with a built-in raincover to keep all your precious goods safe. Various pockets scattered across the pack ensure easy organization and quick access of all your important items like maps, snacks, and bear mace, if you're into that sort of thing. Trekking pole and ice axe attachments make sure you're always prepared for what the trail throws your way.

- Backcountry.com

With a rise in altitude, your body will feel every kilo in your pack. For those of you who like hilly treks in the Alps and high mountains, we created Abisko, a lightweight, slender trekking pack that is comfortable to carry during any season of the year. Due to its durable nylon fabric and slim silhouette, it is ideal for both ski trips and travelling. The support system can be easily adjusted to the length of your back. The hip belt and shoulder straps are designed for a woman's body and distribute the weight comfortably. The hip belt has two-way adjustments in the front for easy handling. Loaded from the top, a snow lock and a raiseable top lid with two spacious pockets. Large opening in the front for easy packing and an overview of the contents. Large zippered front pocket that holds an extra layer of clothing, climbing skins and anything else you want within reach. Expandable side pockets and inner safety pocket. Compression straps on the sides, can even be re-buttoned to the front to hold a ground pad. Detachable pole/ice axe attachment on the front. Pre-shaped, hard bottom for stability when placing the pack on the ground. Reflector, whistle on the chest strap and rain protection.

- CampSaver.com

Learn more about Fjllrven Lightweight, sleek and built to withstand hundreds of miles of hard use, Fjllrvens Abisko 65L Womens Backpack is ideal for serious trekkers and backcountry skiers. Comfortable carrying system, shoulder straps, side compression straps and a supportive hip belt combine to deliver a close, stable, female-specific fit. Back panels ventilation system offers cooling air with mesh and air columns. Thermo-molded bottom provides stability when pack is placed on the ground and it keeps ground wetness out. Rain cover in bottom pocket is ready to keep gear dry in case of rain. Dual-access main compartment features a snow lock at the top and an extra opening in the front. Made of 500-denier 100% nylon and 210-denier HD ripstop 100% polymide to withstand seasons of rugged use. Top-loading, hydration-system-compatible design features, expandable stretch-nylon pockets, 1-liter waterbottle pockets at the sides and one front pocket. Hip belt boasts two pockets for small essentials. Imported. Size: 29.5 x 13 x 13.8. Color: Un Blue. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Type: Hiking Backpacks.

- Cabela's

Free Shipping. Fjallraven Women's Abisko 65 Pack FEATURES of the Fjallraven Women's Abisko 65 Pack Smart lid solution Grip friendly Shoulder comfort Storage space Adaptable straps Attachment points on front Reflective name print Hip belt Thermo molded bottom Lightweight trekking backpack Full front opening for easy packing and great content overview Large front pocket holds rain gear etc.

- Moosejaw

Fjallraven Women's Abisko 65

previously retailed for:
$162.47 - $270.00

The Fjallraven Women's Abisko 65 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 27, 2017 at CampSaver.com.

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