Tuesday, 26 December 2017

Best Backpack For Travel


When traveling abroad and going to places where you will need to carry your things and not be able to use the normal wheeled luggage, the backpack would be the best choice to use. Some of this backpacks though are not the right dimensions for a check in luggage, thus better make sure and check with your airlines requirements. 

                            


                       Volcanic Grey                                                            Jasper Red

Made from polyester material, with a daypack which can easily be attached to the main harness to provide easy access to your items. The hip belt and harness system can easily be stowed and zipped away for a slimmer profile, making it easy as a checked in bag. The loops on the zipper can be used to lock with TSA approved locks.

There are dual front compression straps to help make the gear stable while in use. The top and side padded carry handles make it easier to hold the gear. The large panel zip access makes it easy to access the main contents and lockable sliders provided added security. The backpack is designed to handle up to 50lbs of items.





                          

The Kelty Redwing 44 is the right sized back pack for short stayed travels. The U zipper design will work as a top loading and side loading system and thus allows for easy access to your items. The hydration sleeve doubles as a laptop storage. Front pocket is designed to make it easy to organize items. The front stash pocket with closure hook can work as an extra space to stow other items that can free your hand from carrying. The light beam single aluminum stay and Dynamic airflow back panel will keep the backpack stable and makes it comfortable to use. 

The suspension system features the HDPE frame sheet for the Hex mesh back panel, shoulder straps and waist belt. It also has a ventilating back panel.