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Trekking carry bag 70L - black
  • Trekking carry bag 70L - black
  • Trekking carry bag 70L - black
  • Trekking carry bag 70L - black
  • Trekking carry bag 70L - black
  • Trekking carry bag 70L - black
  • Trekking carry bag 70L - black
  • Trekking carry bag 70L - black
Trekking carry bag 70L - black

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Trekking carry bag 70L - black

€40.00
€29.00
-27%
VAT included
  • Trekking carry bag 70L - black
  • Trekking carry bag 70L - black
  • Trekking carry bag 70L - black
  • Trekking carry bag 70L - black
  • Trekking carry bag 70L - black
  • Trekking carry bag 70L - black
  • Trekking carry bag 70L - black
Trekking carry bag 70L - black
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Our design team of trekking enthusiasts created this carry bag for holding your belongings so that you can offload while walking.

This carry bag can be worn on the back with straps or over the shoulder. It allows you to store extra walking items and offload on a donkey or in a 4WD.

BENEFITS

Easy transport

portable with 2 back-up straps, for use on the shoulder or by hand

Ease of use

3 internal zip mesh pockets, 1 external zip patch pocket.

Durability

5-year guarantee

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

CAPACITY

Volume: 70 L

DIMENSIONS

40cm (height) x 60cm (length) x 40cm (width)

WEIGHT

1.4 kg

Backpack technical tests.

We carry out lab tests to validate all elements:fabric, buckles, straps, foam & zips. For example, for fabric:resistance to abrasion & tearing, colour-fastness in UV light, resistance to washing, waterproofing, etc. Then, a test is conducted on the finished product replicating the accelerated demands on the backpack over a number of years to check the strength of the assembliesthe backpack is weighted, then placed on a dummy which reproduces the movement of fast walking over thousands of cycles.

How is backpack volume measured?

The volume of each backpack is measured using a standardised method: we fill the main compartment as well as each pocket with little balls. Then we empty the balls into a graduated container which gives us the equivalent number of litres.