JanSport Lamark

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JanSport builds world-class Outdoor packs for many people-from the most technical mountaineer, to the weekend hiker, to those who want to take a piece of the outdoors along with them every day. We pack our Outdoor gear with innovation and technology to meet challenges head on. That's what we've been doing for over forty years. And what drives us today.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The Lamark will help you meet challenges head on. It's a world class technical pack as well as for those who want to take a piece of the outdoors with them every day. Biovent shoulder straps and back panel.Two large main compartments for versatile storage.Front utility pocket with organizer keeps essentials handy.Front mesh stash pocket.Dual bottom web lash straps.Dual side water bottle pockets.Zippered front stash pocket.Hydration sleeve.Sternum strap.Die-cut hypalon grab handle.Number of Pockets: 5Material: 420 Denier Velocity Nylon / 2x2 Mini Square Ripstop / 840 Denier Junior BallisticSize: 19in h x 13.5in w x 11in dWeight: 1 lb 15 oz / 0.88 kgCapacity: 2001.6 cu in / 32.8L

- Campmor

The JanSport Lamark daypack transitions from the trail to the classroom to the office with ease. You'll love its large interior and organizer pockets. Bioventâ„¢ shoulder straps and back panel feature molded foam panels that conform to your body and distribute pressure evenly. 2 large main compartments hold your daily essentials with ease. Hydration-compatible design features reservoir pocket and drink tube exit port for on-the-go hydration (reservoir sold separately). Front mesh stash pocket, zippered front pocket and dual side water bottle pockets. Dual bottom webbing lash straps allow gear attachment on outside of pack. Made of durable nylon and ripstop nylon. Closeout.

- REI

JanSport Lamark

Discontinued

The Lamark has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$49.95 - $75.00

The JanSport Lamark is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 4, 2012 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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