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When on a long single or multiday trek you need a pack that is both comfortable and practical – the adjustable Freeflow 40 Rucksack is the solution to both of these.

A perfect fit is offered with the inclusion of Berghaus' Biofit technology – allowing you to adjust the back length of your pack to suit your individual height. Built on the exclusive Berghaus Freeflow back system designed to keep you comfortable by offering airflow and ventilation where it really counts.

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Product Features

  • Freeflow V back system with Biofit on-the-move adjustable back length
  • Height adjustable chest strap
  • Vented shoulder straps for improved comfort
  • Raincover
  • Grab handle
  • Base compartment with bivi divider
  • Top lid pocket
  • Zipped hip belt pocket
  • Zipped internal lid pocket
  • Hydration system compatible
  • Wand/bottle pockets
  • Zipped front pockets
  • Side compression straps
  • Front bungee with Cling-On clip
  • Walking pole/ice axe attachment
  • YKK zips
  • Capacity: 40L
  • Size: 69 x 31 x 31cm
  • Weight: 1.60kg

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Good practical rucksack
Reviewed By Charles, 10 Nov 2014

I have had this backpack for a short time so I cannot comment on its durability or how it copes with heavy rain, but my initial impressions are very good. It is comfortable to carry once you adjust the shoulder straps and you practically forget it's there. The freeflow system allows plenty of ventilation for your back. A big plus is that you can divide the main compartment into upper and lower sections: this is something not many packs of this size have. Another plus is the zipped front compartment, which is big enough to take A4 papers - travel printouts, for example - without folding. The only negative point is that the belt pouch is not easy to reach since it sits on the side of your hip, meaning that it's not very practical for items such as a GPS which you need to access frequently. But this is a minor point and all in all I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this rucksack.



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