A clever daypack with built-in frame that is comfortable both to carry and to sit on. The Stubben Rucksack holds a large packed lunch and reinforcement garments and is practical for fishing, bird-watching and other outdoor activities during which you might want to sit down and enjoy your surroundings. You do not need to stand up to reach the contents – zips in the front provide easy access to the main compartment without needing to unbuckle the top lid. The main compartment is loaded from the top, has a snow lock and is lined with orange nylon, which makes it easier to find items in the pack. The top lid is attached in the front with leather straps. A pocket in the top lid and in the bottom front provide storage for both small items and larger items such as binoculars, a compact camera or a map. A handle on each side facilitates lifting. The material is strong, the bottom is reinforced and the details are in natural tone leather. The waxed material is extremely water resistant and can easily be re-treated to enhance its water resistance and durability. The seat padding is made from foam and a hidden seat protector can be attached on top if it rains. The seat and support system rest on an ergonomically designed aluminium frame. The back and shoulder straps are made from G-1000 and are insulated for maximum carrying comfort. Stubben also has a breast strap and an attachment for a hip belt. Side pockets (an accessory) for additional storage can be attached to the bands on the side.
In 1960, Åke Nordin founded Fjӓllrӓven in his basement in the Swedish town of Örnsköldsvik. From its very first innovative framed backpacks and lightweight outdoor jackets, Fjӓllrӓven has stayed true to its original mission of making it easier for more people to enjoy and stay comfortable in the great outdoors.
Passionate about protecting the environment that inspires it, Fjӓllrӓven is always looking for new ways to reduce its environmental impact; from its innovative, PFC-free Eco-Shell fabric to its highly ethical and fully traceable Down-sourcing programme.