Backpacks for Hiking

The brand Exped associated probably the most with inflatable mattress, which is not so strange because Exped is the world leader on that mattress. But in recent years the company has started to develop other innovative products including lightweight backpacks. I have long been looking for a really easy hiking backpack with a little more volume, the problem has been that there have been so many easy hiking backpacks on the Swedish market. I’m not an extreme grams hunters in any way, but I do not like to carry around unnecessary weight, especially not if I should wander too far. Anyway, I got stuck for Exped new backpack Thunder 70, which I think has good weight / volume ratio and at the same time have a stable support system. It really shows the details that developers have thought of, and that has been sensitive to what walkers want.

The backpack is designed to provide easy access to the seal from both sides, top and front. The backpack held up by a flexible aluminum struts which means that the weight has been kept down while maintaining stability.

The comfortable carrying system and waist belt provide relief for your back well and get fewer pressure points with a water bottle listed on franciscogardening. Back length is really simple to adjust so that you can easily let the journey fellow wearing the backpack.

The backpack has practical compartments in stretch material on the outside. I especially appreciate the large stretch pocket on the front, where you can store rain gear or else you need quick access to. Double pockets for water bottles on the sides, even hip belt has roomy pockets so that it easily fits with energy bars, compact camera mm. Compression straps on the sides and front compressing the gasket good and provides better center of gravity. The front is also equipped with vertical loops (Daisy Chain) that provides the ability to attach things. There is also mounting for trekking poles.

The material in the backpack is treated to be water resistant and ripstop nylon makes it extremely resistant to wear. The fabric lets light into the backpack, which simplifies when to look for stuff.

The best Exped Thunder 70
-Good föhållande between weight and volume
-Well-fitting, stable carrying system
-Easy adjustment of back length
-Several entrances to the main compartment
-Useful stretch pockets
-Smart attachment points on the outside Specifications Weight: 1480 g Volume: 70 lMaterial: Backpack: 210 D Dyneema ripstop nylon, PU laminated, 1’500 mm water column frame: 1 stag6061-T6 series aluminum Exped 5-year warranty year: 2016

Other equipment in the picture
-Fjällräven G-1000 Badge Cap
-Tierra Correspondent Shirt
-Tierra Pace Pant

Now it’s off into the woods and up the mountain, we heard!
/ Peter