JanSport Katahdin 60L
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With an adjustable torso, dual access compartment and plenty of compression straps, this multiday pack wrangles burly gear and lets you snag small items with ease-wherever they're packed.
CLOSEOUTS . A spacious multi-day backpack with an adjustable suspension system for customized comfort on the trail, JanSportand#39;s Katahdin backpack features EVA-padded shoulder straps, waistbelt and back panel, as well as a zippered sleeping bag compartment. Available Colors: GREYTAR/FORGEGREY, BLUEWASH/BLUSTREAK/ZAPGRN.
- Sierra Trading Post
Jansport's multi day Khatadin 60 pack will add versatile performance to any adventure. It features a fully padded EVA back panel, top loading main compartment, compression straps to help manage the load, tuck away hip belt, hydration sleeve, adjustable suspension and plenty of pockets and lash points to keep you organized and ready. Padded low profile shoulder straps with hydration tube management Fully padded EVA back panel Large top loading main compartment with compression lid Fully padded hipbelt Zippered sleeping bag compartment Dual side compression straps help manage the load Hydration sleeve with exit port and clip accommodates 3 L reservoir Adjustable suspension Dual side zippered pockets Dual water bottle pockets Bottom compression lashing straps Sternum straps Web haul handle Torso length: 16"-19" Number of pockets: 7 Material: 600 D polyester Size: 31" x 11" x 15" Weight: 4lb 1oz.Capacity: 3662 cu. in.
The Katahdin 60 Backpack features a top loading main compartment with compression lid, padded hipbelt and dual water bottle pockets.
You could spend your vacation time on a crowded cruise ship, but that's not really your thing. You'd rather pack a week's worth of supplies into the JanSport Katahdin 60L Backpack and spend your time soaking up the scenery in your favorite wilderness area. With its adjustable torso length and padded back panel, the Katahdin supplies the support you need to comfortably carry heavy loads deep into the backcountry.