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In the previous article, we talked about the multi-type backpack and the multi-capacity choice of outdoor backpacks. Now we come to the functions and adaptability of the backpack.
1. Backpack frame type
Internal frame: Many backpacks have an internal frame to help support the weight of the backpack. Some packages are equipped with a plastic frame, which adds a lightweight structure and reduces the weight of the entire package. An aluminum rod is also used as a frame to support the load. The more compact the frame, the more weight the backpack can usually handle.
Frameless: Frameless packaging tends to be light and compact, and can adapt well to the shape of the back. However, their flexibility is usually not enough to support and share the weight of the backpack, so backpacks without an internal support frame are suitable for lighter loads.
2. Loading form of the backpack
Upper opening: Most backpacks are top-mounted designs. This design is suitable for you to find equipment without having to dig through the boxes, or if you have very little equipment, or your packaging is very organized, and is packed according to the order of use of the supplies.
Some backpacks with top openings will provide an expandable top cover that allows you to expand the capacity and equip more equipment when needed.
Front opening: Backpacks with front openings (sometimes called fabric panel channels) provide a main storage space that can be accessed via a U-shaped zipper. When fully opened, a fabric panel can be removed like a flip. When you are looking for certain equipment and supplies, you can easily find and organize them in an orderly manner. This type of bag is suitable for light hikes and travel.
Bottom opening: Some backpacks include a bottom channel in addition to the top or front opening. This makes it easy to put the equipment or clothing at the bottom of the backpack without having to take out everything first.
Side opening: Such an opening is usually a supplement to the top or front access, just like the bottom channel, it allows you to more easily access the equipment and clothing in the equipment.
3. Water storage equipment
Almost all professional backpacks have an internal sleeve into which you can put water storage bags and tubes (water storage equipment is usually sold separately). Backpacks that include water storage equipment are usually labeled as "water bags."
-Suspended mesh back panel: Some backpacks have a ventilated back panel made of mesh. The structure allows the backpack to be separated from your back, allowing stable air flow to counteract the occurrence of a backpack directly leaning on the back. Post-sweating syndrome.
-Rain cover: If there is rain during your trip, this is a good equipment. Some bags will have a small dedicated pocket equipped with a rain cover.
-Sleeping bag compartment: Some larger backpacks have a sleeping bag compartment at the bottom of the backpack. Ultra-light backpackers can fill this position with sleeping bags, but if it is only used during the day, it can hold some lightweight and compressible equipment for easy access
A suitable backpack should:The size of the backpack fits the length of your torso (not your overall height)-The shape of the backpack can fit your hips comfortably
If you are in a store, you can try several bags to find a comfortable bag. If you cannot visit the store, please ask a friend to help you confirm the torso and hip size.
1. Trunk length: Some packages have multiple sizes, from small to large, suitable for various torso lengths. This of course varies by manufacturer and gender. When trying to pack, position the waist belt so that the bottom edge of the backpack is about a finger width above the top of the hip, and then observe how the shoulder belt falls on your back and shoulders.
2. If there is a gap at the top of the shoulder, the backpack may be too long for your torso. If the strap is still a certain length before your back, or the top is still on your back, then the backpack may be too short. The size of the torso of some backpacks can be adjusted, allowing you to fine-tune the fit.
If you have been struggling to find a backpack that fits your figure, please consider using a backpack with an adjustable torso size.
3. If you want to share this bag with someone, or you are buying a suitable backpack for a child who is growing up all the time, this adjustable bag is a good choice.
Waist size: The waistband on the backpack is usually suitable for various hip sizes from 20 inches to 40 inches. When trying a backpack, just make sure the waistband is loose enough or fit enough to fit your hips comfortably.
4. Backpacks for women: The torso size of these backpacks is usually shorter than that of men's or unisex backpacks. The contours of the waist and shoulder straps are related to the female body structure. Because women’s bags are smaller in size, they are usually also suitable for young hikers
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