Go lighter, while going stronger.

Norrøna's emphasis on simplicity and durability shines in the Falketind 35L Backpack. With a 140D polyamide body fabric, and 420D polyamide bottom panel, this do-it-all pack is light yet incredibly resilient. One large compartment holds everything you need for a long day or quick overnighter, whatever season it is. Meanwhile, the dynamic carrying system has a removable lightweight plastic sheet with single aluminum rod for stability, a lightweight removable padded hip belt, and comfortable flat shoulder straps for a plush fit and feel wherever you bring it. Rounding out this pack, two compression straps on the sides cinch things down, two ice axe attachments keep you well-equipped, light weight gear loops in the front and an inside hydration pocket and inside pocket in the front ensure you're fully prepared for all of the adventures ahead.

  • Polyamide construction (140D body, 420D bottom)
  • Dynamic carrying system
  • Removable padded hip belt
  • Ice axe carry
  • Compression straps
  • Gear loops
  • Flat shoulder straps
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Great little pack!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

So far so good. The design is simple and straight forward. It works very well for a daypack with climbing supplies or even a weekend pack for backpacking. Just enough room for the essentials, and a few small luxuries. All of the straps have a Velcro type tie down so the straps won't catch on anything. Full of well placed internal pockets to organize stuff. Unfortunately,It does not have any mesh side pockets for a water bottle, but it works well with a hydration bladder. The color is cool and everything fits well. For the price, I can't complain.

I have a 16" Torso, 26" waist. Would this fit me comfortably?

Hey Robyn - There is enough adjustability in the waist band on the Falketind but the torso is a bit long for you and it is fixed. I would recommend a Women's specific pack like the Osprey Kyte 36 (Item #OSP004R) in size XS/S as a better fit for you. What are you using the pack for? Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions or to discuss your options.

- Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead