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Itching to hop a flight (or three) and abscond to a far-flung foreign city? Whether you're headed to Stuttgart or Sydney, take the women's-specific Fairview Wheeled 65 with you. A versatile travel companion that delivers on mobility, the choice is yours to deploy the lightweight suspension and carry your belongings or employ the rugged, energy-conserving wheels. A sizable front-panel opening makes loading and unloading your belongings simple, and internal compression ensures your stuff stays put in transit. Daylite® pack series compatible for days that call for just the essentials.
Load Range: 9 - 18 kg
Volume: 3,967 IN3 / 65 L
Dimensions: 70H X 41W X 34D CM
Weight: 2.8 KG
MAIN: 210D High Tenacity Nylon
ACCENT: 500D Nylon Packcloth
BOTTOM: 500D Nylon Packcloth
WHEELED OR CARRIED CONVENIENCE: Wheel the pack when the path allows or quickly deploy the stowaway harness and hipbelt for a comfortable backpack-style carry when conditions demand.
LIGHTWEIGHT AND DURABLE: Durable fabrics in high-wear areas combine with smart design to create a lightweight and tough travel pack that will last a lifetime.
DAYLITE® COMPATIBLE: Daylite® attachment loops on the front panel of the pack come in handy when you need to bring an additional pack.
Extendible single tube handle with ergonomic grip provides excellent control.
Internally reinforced 6061 aluminum frame provides great strength with less weight.
Durable large 90 mm sealed-bearing wheels provide rolling performance on rough surfaces
4 mm LightWire peripheral frame effectively transfers the load from harness to hipbelt
> Stowable tensioned mesh backpanel with padded shoulder straps and hipbelt ventilation and comfort
Airspeed suspension with tensioned mesh backpanel provides outstanding load support and ventilation for maximum comfort
Soft edgeless padded mesh harness
Adjustable sternum strap with magnetic bite valve attachment
Soft edgeless padded mesh offers a soft, breathable contact surface and heavy load support
Single 25 mm webbing ErgoPull closure