fjørå Pack 18L

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$ 239
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£ 219
fr. 229
$ 299
kr. 1899
kr 1999
kr 1999
¥ 29160
Color
Castor Grey
Size:
Weight 940 gr.

The fjørå Pack 18L is a light weight single track mountain biking pack that will carry all your essential gear through a day of biking. The pack is designed with a seperate pocket for drinking systems with easy access.

It has several smaller pockets made for tools, phone, keys and a seperate pocket made spesifically for sunglasses with a sunglass wipe. The bigger compartment is perfect for extra clothes and a packed lunch.

The helmet can easily be attached to the pack when not biking and it has a practical attachment for LED lights. The carrying system provides great air flow while keeping the pack stable and tight.

Other features include hip belt with a small pocket and compression straps. Compatible with removable back protector.

The back length can be adjusted to be Small, Medium or Large, to fit most riders.

Model nr. 2202-18

Made for

  • Singletrack mountain bike
  • Other areas of use

    • Freeride mountain biking
    • Mountain biking
    • Trekking
    • General outdoor use

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