Macpac Fiord 1.1 40L Hiking Pack
115524-Master

Images

Macpac Fiord 1.1 40L Hiking Pack, Black/Black, hi-res
Zoom

Details

Macpac Fiord 1.1 40L Hiking Pack

115524
A$299.99 Sale A$179.99
Own it from $10/week zippay Info
Shop now. Pay it in 4. Always interest-free. Info

Variations

Add to cart options

Product Actions

Please select a size and colour above to see stock availability and delivery
Why we made this
Engineered for the weight conscious, the Fiord 1.1 40L Hiking Pack leverages over four decades of pack building expertise to combine performance with traditional hiking features.
  • Product Description
    The Fiord 40 1.1 presents lightweight performance that doesn't compromise on durability. Made from hard-wearing nylon and Cordura® fabrics, this hiking pack features an extendable storm throat for greater overload capacity on those longer hiking trips, yet with side and top compression straps you can easily modify the pack for comfort while carrying less gear. Mesh side pockets offer convenient storage for drink bottles, while the front mesh pocket and additional bungee attachments make it easy to shed and stash layers in between rain showers. The HeliumLite™ harness features breathable mesh and is easy to adjust for individual comfort — as is the lightly padded hip belt — making life easy on multi-day hiking trips.
  • Design features
    HeliumLite™ harness designed to maximise comfort, stability and load transfer
    Detachable lid and extended roll-top, for greater overload capacity
    Side compression straps
    Front mesh stash pocket with additional bungee
    Walking pole attachments
    Hip belt pockets
    Bladder compatible
    Capacity: 40 litres (plus 9 litre lid and overload capacity)
  • Product Specifications
    Main FabricTitan Grid™ Nylon (100D nylon dobby with silicon coating — bluesign® approved)
    Base Fabric500D Cordura® Nylon — bluesign® approved
    HarnessHeliumLite™
    Dimensions HxWxD (cm)55 x 34 x 27 (at capacity)
    Weight (g)1100
  • Care
    You are best to clean your pack with a natural, non-detergent soap and a soft-bristled brush
    Suitable soap types are: pure soap, vegetable soap and Nikwax® Tech Wash®
    Rinse the pack well and dry it in a well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight
    Do not put your pack in the washing machine as this will void your warranty
    Always try to keep the zip teeth clean — wash with fresh, clean water and lubricate with a silicon lubricant suitable for use on fabrics
    Do not tumble dry, iron or dryclean




4.5 / 5.0
2 Reviews
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star
1
1
0
0
0
Good pack but...
If you are after an 'ultralight' backpack, this pack is worthy of your consideration. I have a traditional 65L and an ultralight frameless 40L roll-top backpacks. Thus, I will using them as references when writing this review. Everything on this pack has been shrunken down. This is both good and bad. The shoulder straps are 'narrow' but it is very well-padded. An interesting feature (intended or otherwise) is the pivoting hip belt, which allows unhindered body movement. It feels quite strange at first as I was expecting a more 'straight-jacket' feeling as I have with my other packs, but the harness is overall incredibly comfortable (the best of the three packs!) and it fits with the ultralight theme of the pack by allowing for freedom of body movement. However, Macpac should consider some improvements in Version2: The front mesh pockets is just too shallow, it should be made bigger in line with designs from many Cottage backpack makers. The side pocket should also be made bigger to accept 2x1L water bottles on each side. The hip-belt pocket can also be made bigger. I consider these spaces to be very important for items that need to be accessed without needing to go into the main compartment during a hike. I would also prefer for the hip-belt to be longer (ie, ~18cm), so it would wrap around by my bony hip, rather than just providing padding on top of the hip bone as it is now. Most of the straps are too narrow and too lightweight and that makes buckling up difficult even with my nimble fingers. Unlike the straps on my frameless pack, the straps on this pack cheapens the feel of the pack. Lastly, I don't understand why Macpac do not include a whistle on the sternum strap. It is just one more thing I got to carry. This pack has many things going for it and it is also well priced. Ultimately, I think it is important to try it fully loaded to see if it is for you.
September 17, 2020
Fiord
I can recommend this pack. I have had a Fiord for a couple of years now, but I have only used it much this summer. I have found it big enough for multi-day trips, with a summer-weight sleeping bag. The size makes it light. I could keep my long weekend load down to 9kg including a light tent and water, without feeling I had had to leave anything out. It is very convenient in the bush as it doesn't snag as much as a bigger pack and its easy to get on and off. The harness is light but comfortable and the extras (especially the hip belt pockets) are very convenient.
February 20, 2019
Start typing your question and we'll check if it was already asked and answered. Learn More
Browse 6 questions Browse 6 questions and 8 answers
So is this a 40 or 49L packs
? (with reference to the 9L lid and overload capacity).
Michael L on May 17, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Found this on the Macpac NZ web site: The bag itself is 40L if just filled to normal height, but if you loaded the full roll top and lid you get an additional 9L.

Kind regards
The Macpac Team
Can the average person reach the water bottles in the side pockets while wearing the pack?
Robin M on Aug 26, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hi Robin
I’m in my late fifties and not very flexible. I can get the bottle out but need help to put it back
How much does the lid weigh on its own?
Robin M on Aug 26, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hi Robin,

This lid weighs 100gms.

Thanks - the Macpac Team
What is the recommended maximum weight for this pack to carry? From both a durability and comfort perspective?
Robin M on Aug 26, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hi Robin,

Thanks for your your enquiry.

This would depend on the users comfort levels however we would generally recommend a maximum load weight of around 12kgs.

Thanks - the Macpac Team
Can I have the dimensions of this backpack (Macpac Fiord 1.1 40L Pack)?
Chutiman Joy on Jun 6, 2019
is this pack waterproof, does it have a liner, is it suitable for a female 55kg, height 163 cm, 2-3 day hikes?
Sue K on Apr 26, 2019