Customer Reviews Of:
JanSport Klamath 75 Backpack- Internal Frame

Closeouts. JanSport's Klamath 75 backpack gives you the capacity you want with the adjustability and comfort you need for long days on the trail. The padded, perforated back panel helps keep you cool and the GridFit harness system allows torso size adjustment for a great fit.

Average Rating based on 13 reviews 4.384615 0 5
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  • Reviewed by nm from phila on Tuesday, November 5, 2013
    I get excited about proper backpacks. this pack served me well on a monthlong trip that was part wilderness hiking, part city backpacking vacation. its good in all the ways i needed it to be. enough compartments of good size, but not so many that you forget where everything is. lots of strap possibilities to afix your gear to the outside when its too dirty to put in with the rest of your stuff (wet tent and sweaty socks etc...) my favorite part about the pack was the completely removable top. buy a 3 foot long 18mm wide strap of webbing and turn the top into a messenger style daypack that fits a rain shell, camera, waterbottle, and a few apples (all in all probably about 4L of space). the hip padding leaves a little to be desired, as in, its stiff and tough. i had bruises and sore spots my whole trip, but maybe they will soften over the years i expect to use this pack. definitely recommend!
  • Reviewed by warm head from seattle on Tuesday, July 30, 2013
    bought one for a teenage boy, then bought a second based on his review. Comfortable, lots of storage. Best for modest trips - a few nights.
  • Reviewed by Sam from California on Friday, July 26, 2013
    Pros:
    Excellent lumbar and hip support
    Easy to use height adjustments
    Great capacity - roomy
    Bargain priced - Can't be beat for the price

    Cons:
    No hip-belt zip pockets
    No rain cover included
    Shoulder straps a bit narrow
  • Reviewed by kansas hiker from Kansas on Monday, April 29, 2013
    Workmanship is good as are fitting adjustments.
    Sleeping bag compartment is too small. Hip pad buckle is tricky
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by SkipDaddy from Columbus, IH on Monday, February 18, 2013
    The material appears to be sturdy enough, the padding on the hip and shoulders is suffficient, and I got this thing for a song. I am only an overnighter, so the large capacity is probably overkill, but the zippers are much more difficult to work with than I had hoped. I am sure I will learn their nuances soon enough.
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