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Manufacturer's Description

Visit JanSport's Coltrane page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

If you like to travel light and not bother with the non-essentials, pack up the Jansport Coltrane Lumbar Pack's three compartments with a camera, an extra layer, and some snacks before heading out for adventure. Side compression straps keep the pack fitting snugly and feeling natural, and a fully padded back panel ensures a comfortable carry during your hike.

- Backcountry.com

The Coltrane from JanSport is a roomy lumbar pack which offers convenient storage while you're on the go. Featuring three compartments, it's easy to bring along snacks, sunscreen, audio players, or whatever you need to get through the day. The waist belt and side compression straps are adjustable for a comfortable and secure fit. There's even a headphone exit port, which makes listening to your iPod or MP3 player a breeze. Other details include a fully padded back panel, dual side water bottle pockets, , a key clip, and a web haul loop.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The Jansport Coltrane Waist Pack is surprisingly roomy, designed with just enough space for a day on the trail. Dual water bottle pockets on the outside for convenience, and cushioned back panel for comfort. Adjustable waist belt.Three compartments for versatile storage.Fully padded back panel for cushioning comfort. Side compression straps keep pack close to the body. Dual side water bottle pockets. Headphone pocket exit for audio management. Key clip. Web haul loop.Made of 300 Denier Polyester. Capacity 450 cu. in. Size: 8in h x 17.5in w x 5in dWt. 13 oz.

- Campmor

JanSport Coltrane

previously retailed for:
$24.99 - $40.00

The JanSport Coltrane is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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