Enjoy the view of the world, without feeling like it's weight is on your shoulders.
This lightweight hiking pack provides outstanding back ventilation. The Crosstrail 32L is ergonomically designed and has plenty of space for your day hiking kit. The load is evenly distributed, and the pack sits comfortably with no pressure points. The “soft-neck” shoulder strap construction provides additional comfort in the neck area. This is a real asset on long hikes with a heavy pack.
Since this pack is part of the Crosstrail family, it benefits from the hugely successful JACK WOLFSKIN ACS back system which is synonymous with advanced ventilation, carry comfort and climate control. This hiking pack is not only good for your back, it’s good for the environment too. The air mesh fabric is sustainably manufactured and is dyed using our innovative, waterless FUTURE DYE process. This saves 10 litres of water per pack. The lining is made of recycled polyester.
The pack benefits from a comprehensive list of highly practical features. With multiple packing options – elasticated mesh pouches on the front and sides, lashing loops for a set of trekking poles and a pocket inside the lid for small items – you can carry everything you need for the trail. With the Crosstrail 32L on your back, everything is securely stowed and easy to retrieve for longer days on the hill.
We know our customers like to know exactly what they're buying; we're not going to sugar coat it, but we are going to explain it. We've divided up all of the sustainable features we've identified across our product ranges and grouped them into three so you know how your purchase is making an impact: Think Nature, Think Welfare, Think People.
The Jack Wolfskin Crosstrail 32L - Fiery Red has the following sustainability attributes...
This brand partners with the Fair Wear Foundation (FWF). The Fair Wear Foundation is a clothing industry specific, non-profit organization that ensures sustainable, fair and safe labour conditions in factories. They work directly with brands, factories, trade unions, NGOs and governments to establish a living wage and a working environment that’s free from gender-based violence, discrimination and harassment. There is emphasis on a brand’s business practices and how this can make direct sustainable change, alongside factory audits and worker interviews.
Find out more about Fair Wear Foundation here: https://www.fairwear.org/.