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Jäger M (Savotta)

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The medium sized daypack of the Jäger family, capacity about 30 liters. The Jäger M is an improved model of the Light Border Patrol backpack, originally developed for the Finnish Border Guard. The slim design provides unobstructed movement in confined spaces and difficult terrain. The PALS attachment strap offers many options for mounting additional pouches and gear to the outside of the backpack. An internal plastic frame lends rigidity to the pack, while compression straps help you strap your loads into a tight package. Part of the Border Guard heritage, the shoulder straps, hip belt and back padding are designed to comfortably support more weight than most backpacks this size.

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The medium sized daypack of the Jäger family, capacity about 30 liters. The Jäger M is an improved model of the Light Border Patrol backpack, originally developed for the Finnish Border Guard. The slim design provides unobstructed movement in confined spaces and difficult terrain. The PALS attachment strap offers many options for mounting additional pouches and gear to the outside of the backpack. An internal plastic frame lends rigidity to the pack, while compression straps help you strap your loads into a tight package. Part of the Border Guard heritage, the shoulder straps, hip belt and back padding are designed to comfortably support more weight than most backpacks this size.

– Capacity 30 liters
– Padded shoulder straps with chest strap
– Padded hip belt
– Main compartment with floating lid and zipper on the side
– Zipper pocket in the lid
-Internal drinking compartment (e.g. Source WLPS 3L)
– Side compression straps
– Internal plastic frame film
– PALS compatible for the attachment of additional bags
– 5-year material and workmanship warranty
– Made in Finland/Estonia

Additional information

Weight 1000 g
Dimensions 10 × 7 × 1 cm
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