Despite what you see out on the trail, women’s-specific daypacks can have proper load support, custom-level adjustability, and open-air ventilation providing year-round comfort and incredible fit. How do we know? Because the Jade 28 has all of the above and more.
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Sunglass QuickStow system
Sunglass QuickStow system on shoulder harness for quick, secure and scratch-free access to our shades without taking the pack off
Oversized hipbelt pockets
Oversized hipbelt pockets for cased cell phones and point-and-shoot cameras
Full body U-Zip main opening
Full body U-Zip main opening on front of bag for easy unloading when you get to camp
Dual side stretch mesh pockets
Adjustable attachment loop
Adjustable attachment loop and hook-attach shock lock for trekking poles or ice axes
Custom fitted raincover
Custom fitted raincover included - stows in a quick access zippered pocket on underside of the top lid
Body: 210D Honeycomb Cryptorip HD Nylon & 210D High Tenacity Nylon
20 x 60 x 35 cm
Rain Cover Weight
210D Honeycomb Cryptorip HD Nylon & 210D High Tenacity Nylon
630D High Density Nylon / 420D High Density Nylon
Dual-Density Lifespan EVA Foam
Perimeter Spring Steel Frame with anti-barreling cross stay System
135D high-density embossed polyester
Trail access side stretch mesh pocket (55L-65L / 53L-63L models)
Front heavy duty stretch mesh stash pocket
Bottom side compression with pass through for uninhibited use of the side mesh pocket
Zippered top pocket with reflective webbing attachment loops for finding your pack at night
Zippered bottom sleeping bag compartment with removable divider (55L-65L / 53L-63L models)
Custom Comfort Grip molded zipper pulls
Sternum strap buckle with integrated safety whistle
The new Free Float system incorporates adjustable torso length into its tensioned, open-air backpanel. It’s a revolutionary approach to ventilated suspension, and we could have stopped there—but we didn’t.