Fjällräven Unisex Bergen 30 Daypack, Black, One Size
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- Top loaded backpack with roll closure.
- Waterproof inner bag that can be taken out.
- Expandable pockets in durable nylon stretch on sides and front.
- Pole attachments on front.
- Safety whistle on chest strap.
|Material Type||- Outer material: 500d 100% Polyamide|
|Special Features||chest strap|
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Inspired by treks in humid coastal landscapes, we created Bergen with its roll-down top and extra waterproof construction. The perfect daypack for treks and other outdoor activities when you want to have quick access to your pack and dependable protection from the weather. Large main compartment with waterproof inner bag that can be removed. Ergonomic back panel with ventilation. Stretch pockets on the side and front. Reflectors and attachments for trekking poles on the front and a whistle on the chest strap. Reinforced bottom.
Size: 54 x 30 x 24 cm | Colour: Black
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I've used this pack every single weekday for more than 2.5 years, and last week the buckle on the waist belt broke (I use the waist belt constantly, so that buckle is latched/released a dozen times a day). I took a picture of the break, grabbed a copy of my Amazon receipt for the pack, and emailed Fjallraven for replacement. I sent the email on a Thursday, got confirmation back from Fjallraven that they would be sending a replacement buckle right away, and I received the buckle on the following Tuesday. I installed it myself in about 10 minutes, and it works great once again.
Bottom line: stuff you use daily wears out, and Fjallraven/Fenix stands by their product. Very pleased with the experience.
Recently moved to Seattle, and needed a backpack that met these requirements:
* Waterproof without a fiddly rain cover
* Supportive strap system (chest and waist) with internal frame
* Well made
* Laptop sleeve
* Comfortable for a walking commute of 1-2 miles each way
I have a Kelty I like (a Redwing 50) that I've used for several years, but didn't like having to manage the separate rain cover (used to live where it snowed more than it rained). It was also too large for my current needs. I looked at waterproof offerings from other makers (Osprey, Mountain Hardwear, etc.) but preferred an approach to waterproofing that didn't involve rubberized zippers, which I've had bad experiences with in the past. So I decided to try the Bergen. I've used it every weekday for more than 6 months.
+ Absolutely waterproof. The roll-and-buckle closure takes some getting used to, but it works.
+ The inner waterproof liner is attached to the outer pack with a velcro neck, so it can be removed for cleaning, or to cut a little weight for a dry hike.
+ Straps are comfy and strong, the pack is well ventilated, and is well-made overall.
+ Laptop sleeve accommodates my 15" MacBook with room to spare.
+ All of the adjustable straps (waist, chest, side compression, etc.) have elastic bands built in to restrain the extra strap material. No dangly nylon straps.
+ Pockets. Back pocket is light and elastic-y. I use if for hat/gloves if it's not raining, but it's clearly designed for a bike helmet. Side bottle-holders are also good for other smallish items, but can be hard to reach while walking. Zip pouches on the waist belt are easy to access while you're wearing the pack.
- The pack won't stand on its own--if you set it down, it will flop backward because there is no structure to the bottom. When I get home I have to lean it against the leg of my desk for it to stay upright.
- There's no internal organization aside from the laptop sleeve. I purchased Cocoon Grid-It CPG20BK 15 x 9.5-Inch Organizer (Black) to manage my cords and dongles, which has worked well.
Overall, I've been very pleased. If you walk a lot, and you don't want to have to worry about whether it's going to rain, this is the pack for you.
And carries a load well on the weekend hikes.