JanSport Forsyth 50

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Ordinarily, having a pack with an adjustable torso length--like the one that you find on the Jansport Forsh7th 50 Backpack--is a good thing. But when you have a sticky-fingered roommate, the fact that the Forsyth 50 adjusts from 16 to 19 inches just means that when you're gearing up for a day or weekend in the backcountry, you just might find that it's missing from the gear closet.

- Backcountry.com

Choose the JanSport Forsyth Regular 50 pack for multiday adventures in the backcountry. Arch Rival(TM) suspension features a tubular aluminum perimeter stay for lightweight support and even load distribution. Biovent(TM) shoulder straps, breathable EVA back panel, and molded EVA hipbelt with gear loops keep you comfortable. Suspension is easily adjusted to accommodate hikers of different heights. Internal pocket holds your hydration reservoir (not included) for hands-free drinking on the trail. Detachable hood gives way to large main compartment; 2 zippered front pockets are perfect for stashing quick-access items. Versa-Wing(TM) system converts a large mesh compartment into 2 small gear pockets with a quick clip. The JanSport Forsyth Regular 50 pack features dual hypalon lashing ovals, dual daisy chains and gear loops, a web haul handle and bottom lashing webbing. Dual side compression straps for jostle-free carry. Closeout.

- REI

Arch Rival(TM) Suspension System with a tubular aluminum premiter stay for lightweight, flexible load distribution. Versa-Wing(TM) system converts a large mesh compartment into two small gear pockets with a quick clip. Biovent(TM) Shoulder Straps with hydration tube management. Biovent(TM) Back Panel will keep your backside cool. Hydration Sleeve with exit port and tube management. What kind of things can you fit in this pack? A change of clothes, Jacket, ice axe and shovel, trekking poles, water purifier, stove with fuel and matches, water bottles, hydration reservoir, food and snacks, headlamp, sunblock, insect repellant, camera, cellphone and an MP3 player. This is a great pack! How to use Arch Rival(TM) Suspension System

- Rocky Mountain Trail

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 Forsyth 50 Backpack may be the perfect pack for your adventure. Sturdy fabrics stand up to abrasion and an adjustable suspension system evenly distributes your load for optimal weight transfer between a breathable EVA back panel, ergonomic dual density shoulder straps and a molded EVA hipbelt. Access the large, 50 liter main compartment through the top and lash extra gear to the outside using the multiple daisy chain, hypalon loops and bottom webbing. A hydration sleeve keeps water handy while you're on the move (bladder not included) and pockets on the top, sides and even on the hip belt keep small essentials organized and accessible.

- Altrec Outdoors

JanSport Forsyth 50

previously retailed for:
$89.98 - $199.95

The JanSport Forsyth 50 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 26, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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