Lightweight and flexible backpack for low weight trekking and cabin-to-cabin trips. Made from durable G-1000 Eco and G-1000 HeavyDuty Eco in recycled polyester and organic cotton. Comfortable to carry with lightly padded shoulder straps, hip belt and a lightweight frame that keeps weight down. Its slim profile and fit make it perfect for fast daytrips, while also being spacious and stable enough to carry the gear you need for a couple nights away. Practical for travelling as well; when it is empty it can be folded almost flat and packed into a larger bag. The main compartment is top-loading and an extra zipper on the right side gives quick access to contents. There is a security pocket inside the main compartment. The top flap can be raised – for example to hold a sleeping mat in place – and has two pockets. Zippered front pocket and an expandable side pocket with strap adjustments that lets you stow a drinking bottle close to hand. In addition, there are attachments for trekking poles, with a loop and a clip in the compression straps on the left-hand side, and loops on the hipbelt for fastening a camera bag within easy reach. The backpack is also hydration system compatible (not included). The fabric is waxed and resists moisture and a rain cover is included for persistent rain.
Versatile daypack for cabin-to-cabin hikes and lightweight trekking.
Made from hardwearing G-1000 Eco and G-1000 HeavyDuty Eco (recycled polyester/organic cotton).
Top-loading design complemented by a side zipper for easy access to contents
Comfortable to carry with lightly padded shoulder straps, hip belt and a lightweight frame that keeps pack weight down
Top lid with spacious pocket
Adaptable with Greenland Wax
Chest strap, hip belt, top opening and snowlock
Holder for ice axe or hiking poles, Expandable side pocket, Side compression straps
Fjällräven has been creating sustainable quality outdoor and hiking products over the past 50 years. They are most well known for their backpacks like the Kånken, Vardag-anorak, and durable outdoor trousers like the Keb-series. The brand was founded in the 1950s by Åke Nordin in the north of Sweden, when he noticed it was hard to find the right kind of products for long-distance hiking and suitable the nordic cold weather, so he created his own.
Fjällräven has been praised for its own special fabric called the G-1000, made from cotton and recycled polyester mix, it is highly durable, breathable, and dries faster than most of the technical fabrics nowadays.