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Boreas Fairfax Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated May 12, 2019


We have checked a few reviews and found 12 reasons to buy the Fairfax - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.


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Reviews Summary


Here's what the reviewers think about the Boreas Fairfax:

Reviewers like these things about the Boreas Fairfax

  • Testers found out that the Boreas Fairfax backpack is comfortable to carry.
  • Others noted that the pack is durable due to its nylon material.
  • According to those who used it, its foam back panel provides comfort to the users.
  • Other testers noted that its perforated foam shoulder straps provide support and additional comfort.
  • Users also noted that the bag contains sufficient amount of pockets for storing things.
  • Other users found that its horizontal hidden daisy chains add contact points.
  • Others mentioned that the bag consists of side compression straps which could be cinched to maintain its stability.
  • Reviewers said that its side pockets are equipped with reflective print, making the bag visible during nighttime.
  • According to some reviewers, its hip belt may be removed when not needed.
  • Reviewers note that it the pack is compatible with hydration reservoir.
  • Other users noticed that the hydration consists of a top-access hose port.
  • They also mentioned that its gear loops add storage points when necessary.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A tester discovered that the bag is quite small.
  • A reviewer had issues with the shoulder strap of the bag.



Specs


Crowdsourced specs across all Boreas Fairfax models and sizes:

Capacity iconCapacity13 l (793 cuin)





Feature Summary


Many sources mention these Boreas Fairfax features:
  • Hydration bladder
  • Hydration compatible

Actual features depends on the model, so check the features before you buy.
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Last updated on May 12, 2019