JanSport Eichorn 60

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The Eichorn 60 Regular from Jansport is a technical hiking pack made for expeditions in the cold snowy playgrounds of Earth. Equipped to withstand anything you can throw at it, this durable pack will hold it's own out there. Double Ripstop. 420 Denier Stripe. Clear TPE Nylon.Arch Rival(TM) Suspension System with a tubular aluminum premier stay for lightweight, flexible load distribution. Roll top access provides weather protection. Strap snowboard to the front of the pack with the tuck away lashing straps. A-Frame ski carry with hypalon ski cuffs. Breathable EVA molded back panel. Padded EVA hipbelt with zippered pockets and gear loops. Full side zip access to the main compartment. Quick access top pocket. Hydration Sleeve with exit port and tube management. Adjustable suspension. Water resistant zippers with finger loop pulls. TPE face protects the pack for wear from gear. Ergonomic, unbound-edge dual density shoulder straps. Dual hypalon lashing ovals. Gear loop for ice axe or ski poles. Hydration Sleeve to hold your water reservoir. Dual water bottle pockets. Sternum strap. Web haul handle. How to use Arch Rival(TM) Suspension System

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Enjoy Jansport quality and reliability with the Eichorn Pack. The Arch Rival system delivers optimal weight transfer and load carrying comfort while reducing resistance allowing the load to move with your body. The Eichorn is a technical pack that will carry you from a weekend backpacing trip through a climbing expedition with all the gear you need. Available in Eichorn 60 (Regualr) or Eichorn 70 (Tall) Arch Rival suspension system with a tubular aluminum premiter stay for lightweight, flexible load distributionRoll top access provides weather protectionStrap snowboard to the front of the pack with the tuck away lashing strapsA-Frame ski carry with hypalon ski cuffsBreathable EVA molded back panelPadded EVA hipbelt with zippered pockets and gear loopsFull side zip access to the main compartmentQuick access top pocketHydration sleeve with exit port and tube managementAdjustable suspensionWater resistant zippers with finger loop pullsTPE face protects the pack for wear from gearErgonomic, unbound-edge dual density shoulder strapsDual hypalon lashing ovalsGear loop for ice axe or ski polesDual water bottle pocketsSternum strapWeb haul handleNumber of pockets: 5Torso Length: Reg 16" x 19" / Tall 19' -22"Material: 3 mm x 3 mm Double Ripstop / 420 Denier Stripe / Clear TPE NylonSize: Reg 29.5" x 11' x 11' / Tall 34.6" x 11" x 11"Weight: Reg 4 lbs.12 oz. / Tall 4 lbs.14 oz. Capacity: Reg 3661 Cu in. / Tall 4271 cu in.

- Campmor

You've had your JanSport daypack since you were 12 so you already know about the quality and reliability guarantee that JanSport lives up to. Now that you're ready to load up a larger pack for a few days in the backcountry, the JanSport Eichorn 60 Backpack may be the perfect pack for your adventure. Sturdy fabrics are coated with TPE to protect them from extra abrasion and an adjustable suspension system evenly distributes your load between a breathable EVA back panel, ergonomic dual density shoulder straps and a padded EVA hipbelt. Access the large, 60 liter main compartment through the roll top that extends for a little extra space and rolls down to help protect your gear from inclement weather. A hydration sleeve keeps water handy while you're on the move (bladder not included) and pockets on the outside of the pack and even on the hip belt keep small essentials organized and accessible. If you're headed into the wilderness for an on-snow adventure, stowable lashing straps on the front will accommodate your snowboard and cuffs on the side are set up for A-frame ski carry.

- Altrec Outlet

JanSport Eichorn 60

previously retailed for:
$109.96 - $224.95

The JanSport Eichorn 60 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 31, 2012 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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