Padded Hip Belt
- Strong hanging system, easy to carry tents, sleeping bags, kettle, etc.
- Crafted from water resistant and tear resistant polyester fabric, very durable.
- Positive reflector design, reflect the light effectively, protect travel safety at night.
- Shoulder strap buckle can be fixed water bagpipe, easy to drink at any time.
- Adjustable shoulder straps, chest belt, waist belt, powerful Bear Breathable System.
1 x Backpack
Other uses for backpacks
When full, the pack works great as a comfortable backrest, either while in camp or while resting during the hike. When you're taking a quick break and don't want to take it off, just sit on a rock, stay strapped in, and lean.
Soft-sided hiking backpacks work well as a pillow for a quick nap or for sitting on a soft surface, rather than the hard ground.
Storage at home
Organize your clutter by using the pack’s capacity around the house. You can use it to store some of your camping gear, keeping it organized and ready to go, for example.
Place some taller items in the backpack to provide a bit of protection from the sun while hiking. If it's tall and stuffed enough, it'll provide you some shade on the back of your body, neck, and head while you're wearing it
Q. What’s the best way to clean a soiled backpack?
A. To wash the entire backpack, remove the metal frame (if it has one). Submerge the backpack in warm water and mild detergent, then scrub it with your hands. Hang the backpack outside in the sun to air dry. If you only want to clean a small soiled spot, use an old toothbrush dipped in warm water with detergent to scrub the spot. If you have a waterproof backpack, don’t clean it often – you could wear away the waterproofing layer.
Q. Can I use the hiking backpack as carry-on luggage for an air trip?
A. As long as the size of the filled backpack doesn’t exceed the carry-on luggage size for your airline, you may use it on an airplane. However, be careful, as hiking backpacks tend to have more outer pockets, zippers, and straps than a typical carry-on bag. These hanging items could become caught in scanning machinery, or snagged when walking through tight spaces.