Fjallraven Friluft 45 Pack

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Set out on your next day- or weekend-hike in style and comfort thanks to the Friluft 45 Backpack from Fjallraven. This easy-carrying pack features an Airvent suspension system with mesh columns to keep you cool, as well as a removable top lid and detachable rain cover for options. The nylon outer fabric is durable enough to handle anything you encounter on the trail, while a multitude of pockets make organization of your gear a breeze. Trekking pole loops keep them out of the way of the pockets, making things even easier.


Free Shipping. Fjallraven Friluft 45 Pack FEATURES of the Fjallraven Friluft 45 Pack Lightweight backpack with Friluft Ventilation Top loaded Expandable pockets in durable stretch polyamide Side pockets that hold 1 liter bottles Adjustable loops for trekking poles Rain cover in bottom pocket

- Moosejaw

Lightweight, durable and built for maximum comfort, the Fjallraven Friluft 45-Liter Pack is just the right size for the serious day hiker. Support system along with top and bottom compression straps deliver a close fit and the backs Friluft Ventilation system offers cooling air with mesh and air columns. Rain cover in bottom pocket is ready to keep gear dry in case of rain. Made of 500-denier 100% polymide and 100-denier ripstop 100% polymide to withstand seasons of rugged use. Top-loading design features a well-thought-out main compartment, expandable stretch-nylon pockets, side 1-liter waterbottle pockets and one front pocket. Comfortable hip belt boasts a few pockets for small essentials. Top lid offers two pocketa and a cord. Attachments for trekking poles. Imported. Color: Dark Grey.

- Cabela's

Fjallraven Friluft 45 Pack

previously retailed for:
$130.99 - $189.95

The Fjallraven Friluft 45 Pack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 15, 2016 at

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