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Color: Mountain Blue



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The Swedish outdoor brand with a knack for perfecting the way we backpack since the ‘50s

For those of y’all not native to Sweden, Fjällräven translates to “arctic fox” in English. This elusive, majestic, and all around badass beast is the perfect namesake for the Swedish outdoor brand, Fjällräven, as their bags and lineup of adventure gear is just as durable, sleek, and adaptable as the arctic fox. With a focus on proper support, minimalist construction, and resilient design, the Bergtagen 38L is a backpackers dream come true. The compact, lightweight frame evenly distributes the interior contents to spread the load weight throughout the bag and the 100% recycled, waterproof nylon exterior holds up to inclement weather in a pinch. At 38L of carrying capacity and lined with fully padded exterior, the Bergtagen is the kinda bag that would have Lewis and Clark’s jaws on the floor and made their job a helluva lot easier.

  • Built for flexibility and comfort on long days in the mountains
  • Designed with a lightweight, external wooden frame, which—along with the top lid and hip belt—is easy to remove so you can have one more supportive pack for long approaches and one lighter for summit pushes
  • Exterior is constructed of 100% recycled, waterproof nylon which is adaptable to an array of weather conditions
  • Lined with padding throughout the hip belt, back section, and shoulder straps for a comfortable fit
  • Hip belt includes side pockets and carabiner loop
  • Removable chest strap has a built-in emergency whistle on the buckle in case of emergency
  • Top lid has additional storage space and is removable when needing to lighten the load
  • Multiple interior pockets for organizing and prioritizing your contents
  • Daisy chain loops on the exterior offer additional load carrying options
  • Velcro straps on the exterior also offer additional carrying options for bulkier or awkward-shaped items

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