Norrona Fjorå Backpack Review

Norrona Fjorå Backpack review

This lightweight, brightly coloured 10-litre pack sits in Norrona’s Fjorå line of mountain biking clothing and equipment. I found it a perfect size for day rides and could happily stow a selection of food, water, tools, spare layers and a first aid kit inside it. Vaude Moab Pro 22 L backpack Tried and tested kit for super-ling distance racing The pack is structured around a main compartment, which includes a pocket for a hydration bladder (not included). There is also a smaller outer section designed for carrying tools. Internal organisation of kit is easy, with different sizes and shapes of pockets and zipped sections. Straps on the outside of the pack keep everything cinched together tightly. Most of the time the flexible back support system was comfortable due to its ability to conform to my body. Unfortunately, this flexibility also meant it bulged uncomfortably when the pack was fully stuffed. ...

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