Fjallraven Travel Pack Review | 35L Carry-On Clamshell Backpack For Traveling

With its Scandinavian style and impressive organization, the Fjallraven Travel Pack is a fantastic companion for weekend city breaks or business trips. View Details & Buy:
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0:39 – Material & Aesthetic
3:12 – External Components
5:36 – Inside the Pack
8:15 – Durability and Testing
10:10 – Pros & Cons
10:30 – The Verdict

Fjallraven is a Swedish outdoor brand that has been around since 1960. You probably best know them for their Kanken range, which has risen in popularity considerably in recent years—largely thanks to the fashionistas of today picking it as they daypack of choice in cities all around the world.

But Fjallraven is so much more than just a fashion statement. It’s a great brand that believes in making products that are durable, reliable, and good for the environment. Fjallraven has a history of making larger packs that are firmly planted in the outdoor and hiking realm—being a Swedish outdoor brand, this isn’t surprising—until now. We’re proud to introduce you to the new “Travel Pack,” their first foray into a bag that is designed specifically for travel.

A 35-liter bag that’s simply called the “Travel Pack?” It will come as no surprise to you that we couldn’t wait to try this thing out!

With its Scandinavian style and impressive organization, the Fjallraven Travel Pack is a fantastic companion for any weekend city break or business trip you may find yourself on. For Fjallravens first bag outside of their traditional outdoor and hiking realm, we think they’ve produced a great pack, and we’re excited to see what’s to come as they move further into the travel market.

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In this video, Rebecca Coates of Pack Hacker reviews the Fjallraven Travel Pack. With its Scandinavian style and impressive organization, the Fjallraven Travel Pack is a fantastic companion for weekend city breaks or business trips.

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Igor Fleury says:

Ugly imo

c014 says:

Probably an unpopular opinion, but Fjällräven have turned a lot in to a brand for hipsters… As a swede I’m not overly impressed by Fjällräven and their gear (and I’ve had a lot and grown up with the brand), they do have stuff that’s good quality but one should really check each item before purchase because it can differ a lot!

Also, they often are ridiculously overpriced and the G1000 is pretty much overrated altough Fjällräven try to make it sound like it’s the perfect material for everything.

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benalene says:

I tried this pack out for a bit. This bag was a swing and a miss for me, which is sad, because I loved the internal organization. The laptop compartment was a head scratcher. You would think that since it opens flat, it would be great for TSA scanning, but the padded sleeve for the laptop is on the wrong side! Also, just the bag by itself was pretty heavy. That wouldn’t have been a problem, but like you said in the video, without any other support system (load lifters, hip or sternum strap), I found this bag fully packed to be way too heavy for my small 5’1″ 115lb frame.

Theo N says:

It looks ugly, the split pack looks cooler.

Pack Hacker says:

What do you think of the Fjallraven Travel Pack? Would it work for you? If not, tell us why—and what other packs you’re considering!

Brenda Correa says:

The inside looks better than the outside. I usually like there products, but this one just looks odd to me and pretty bulky from the side view. The organization features are cool, but overall I don’t see myself wearing something like this. It was nice to see Rebecca wearing it though. Sometimes its hard to gauge how the bag would look on me when a man is showing it off, so I appreciate it when you guys also demonstrate the bag on a woman frame. Also any thoughts on the Recycled Firefighter Battalion backpack? (12L, 22L or larger bags)

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