Monday, December 10, 2018
Tough! - Fjallraven Kaipak 28 Backpack Review
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Today Luke presents (finally) his review of the Fjallraven Kaipak 28 backpack! Trail Tested!
Simple, TOUGH, Comfortable!
Link : https://www.fjallraven.us/products/kaipack-28
Price : Retail price is $150 but these can be found for $120 on Amazon at the time of filming
Colors : Grey, Red, Blue and Green.
Sizes : 28L, 38L and a 58L
Weight : 2lb 5oz
Dimensions : 22 x 11 x 8in
Raincover Included : yes
Materials : G-1000 heavy duty fabric, making it immensely hard wearing and can be treated with Greenland wax if necessary.
Volume : 28L (1709cu in)
Waist Belt : yes
Access : top
Pockets : 2 lid, 1 zippered front, 2 side
Trekking Pole Carry : yes
There aren’t a thousand straps hanging from everything; simple. No overly complicated with tons of pockets.
Includes a waist belt which can be used if you want or wrapped the other way around the pack if you don’t need it.
Durable : I’ve had this pack for over a year and it continues to live on. I have one seam that has started to come undone; no big deal. Considering the use that I have given this pack, it should be worse!
The 28L doesn’t have a floating lid whereas the other sizes do.
Overall this is a great day pack which feels comfortable when heading into town as it does spending an afternoon bushcrafting. It’s well designed, is very comfortable and the price isn’t terrible for being a Fjallraven product.