Fjallraven Funas 45

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Free Shipping. Fjallraven Funas 45 Pack FEATURES of the Fjallraven Funas 45 Pack Ergonomically shaped back panel with airy construction Safety whistle on chest strap Expandable side pockets in durable polyamide stretch Top loaded backpack with supportive hip belt Ergonomically shaped back panel with airy construction Expandable side pockets in durable stretch polyamide Elastic cord on front and lid Safety whistle on chest strap Rain cover included in bottom pocket SPECIFICATIONS of the Fjallraven Funas 45 Pack 100D Ripstop polyamide 500D polyamide 100% polyamide Height: 67 cm Width: 33 cm Depth: 24 cm Volume: 45 liter Rain Cover: Included System: Fixed Weight: 1440 g excl. raincover

- Moosejaw

The Fjallraven Funas 45 is a lightweight daypack that loads from the top, a versatile trekking companion with a simplified design for those you who want to avoid carrying extra weight. Ergonomically designed back panel with airy construction and a sturdy hip belt that has been divided into two for the best possible ventilation. Large main compartment and pockets on the top lid for items you want close at hand. Expandable pockets on the side for water bottles and elastic cord on the front. Whistle on the chest strap and reflector on the front. Reinforced bottom.

- CampSaver.com

Fjallraven Funas 45

previously retailed for:
$135.96 - $169.95

The Fjallraven Funas 45 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 10, 2014 at Moosejaw.

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