- Quick buckle-on attachment
- Steel load-bearing hardware
- Double D-ring adjustment
- Removeable vertically adjustable sternum strap
- Closed-cell foam padding
- 5-year material and workmanship warranty
- Weight: 270 g
- Length: 40 – 90 cm (min-max)
- Main material: 1000D Cordura (100% polyamide)
- Webbing: 100% polyester
- Buckles: steel
- Padding: closed-cell foam
QUICK, SIMPLE, RELIABLE
This quick-attach clip-on backpack harness is designed for the Keikka series of duffel bags, which feature welded steel D-rings as attachment points. Instead of building our bags with unergonomic, overly long carry handles that double up as shoulder straps, we decided to make this a separate option for those who need it, allowing us to properly purpose-build each carry option for the intended function.
To attach the harness, push the steel buckles through the steel D-rings on the bag, so they lock into place, and you’re done! Reverse these steps to detach the harness, simple as that.
HIGH-QUALITY MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION
The majority of materials we use for our commercial products are the same, which we operate in equipment for the Finnish Defence Forces and other defence and security clients. Our most commonly used fabric in load-carrying kits is extremely wear-resistant 1000D Cordura, as per FDF specs, with polyurethane coating on the inside. Again, the webbing and edge tape we use is, as per FDF specs, strong polyester webbing in various widths and thicknesses for different applications.
Our green and M05 camouflage materials and accessories are, by default, compliant with strict FDF specs for NIR reflection levels, as should be since these same materials are used in official military equipment.
HOW DO WE MAKE STUFF
We manufacture most of our products ourselves at our facilities in Karstula, Finland, and Tartu, Estonia. Product development and special production phases, such as laser cutting and metalworking, are done at our main facility in Finland. Textile cutting and sewing are done both in Finland and Estonia. Here at Savotta, we are not dreaming about low-cost labour price points but constantly working hard to keep production in our hands!