Chest-deep powder, steep descents, and unexpected snowstorms have nothing on the Db Fjäll 34L Backpack. That’s because Db designed this backcountry bag with Chamonix mountain guide and freeskier Sam Favret. It’s a truly technical backpack suitable for all-day mountain expeditions and travel days too.
Outstanding features include numerous pockets and mesh compartments to keep supplies separate and easily accessible. There’s an ice-axe carry, a detachable goggle pouch, ski and snowboard attachments, and a quick-access front avalanche compartment. The roll-top design allows users to fill and compress the 34-liter bag yet still access its contents from a back zipper.
The GRS Certified CORDURA ECO fabric, made from reclaimed waste sources, is durable enough to endure year after year of backcountry adventures. Other environmentally-friendly materials include 100 percent recycled Nylon ripstop, webbing, and PE foams. Outdoor enthusiasts can feel good about purchasing the Db Fjäll 34L Backpack versus the many less eco-friendly options on the market.
Db and Sam Favret didn’t forget a single feature when creating this ultimate exploration bag, from the padded camera compartment to the hip belt pouch for easy phone or snack access. The ergonomic shoulder straps and back pane make it a pack for all-day, everyday use. The Db Fjäll 34L Backpack is available now on the Db website in the Black Out and vibrant orange Midnight Sun colorways.
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