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Jack Wolfskin RECCO Equipment range for Spring/Summer 2020

Press Release / 09.01.2020

­KALARI KINGSTON

The lightweight, multi-feature backpacks in the KALARI KINGSTON range are ideal companions for sporting hikes. The ACS TIGHT carrying system and performed back area ensure an optimal, snug fit. The features include smart details like a trekking pole attachment, provision for a water bladder and elastic side pockets. The backpacks score particularly highly in terms of sustainability: the outer material, inner lining and rain cover are made entirely from recycled 1-litre PET bottles. The highly technical materials are also completely PFC-free.

The KALARI 36, KINGSTON 30 and KINGSTON 22 models are now fitted with the RECCO rescue system. Backpacks are available in the colour "Lava Red" and "Black".

ORBIT

The many features of the dual-compartment backpacks in the ORBIT range make them ideal for hiking and multi-day tours. The suspension system with back ventilation and preformed back area ensure an optimal, snug fit. Functional features include two access options for the main compartment, a fold-out bottle holster, an adjustable chest strap with a rescue whistle, trekking pole loops, lateral compression straps and reflectors.

All ORBIT models are now fitted with the RECCO rescue system. Backpacks are available in the colour "Lava Red" and "Black".

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