Backpacks vary greatly in both size and features depending on the activity they are designed for. Choosing the right pack for your next adventure can make the difference between it being a success or not.
Backpack Buying Guide
Hiking.com.au has a large range of Packs, Travel Backpacks and Luggage Bags, Hydration Packs and Backpack accessories from the outdoor industries leading manufacturers including Osprey, One Planet, Arc'teryx, Lowe Alpine and many more.
Hiking.com.au has Hiking Packs from the outdoor industries leading brands including One Planet, Osprey, Arc'teryx, Black Diamond, Black Wolf and more.
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Author: John Taylor Date Posted: 18 March 2015
Osprey - Atmos AG 65 Adjustable Ventilated Hiking Pack The Atmos AG is equipped with the unique suspended AntiGravity™ backsystem which incorporates the world’s first fully ventilated hipbelt. Whether you’re exploring hot climates or trekking through tundra, the seamless mesh and 3D cavity backpanel equals unrivalled ventilation and comfort whilst providing excellent load carrying performance. Fill the Atmos AG to the max and it’ll feel practically weightless on your back. Thanks to the ExoForm™ Biostretch™ harness, load lifter bar and the Fit-on-the-Fly™ hipbelt. InsideOut™ compression provides impressive load support, reducing fatigue so you can push your adventures ...
One Planet Exact Fit Harness One Planet's Exact Fit is the only large rucksack harness to be endorsed by the Chiropractors' Association of Australia: a testament to its comfort and the low stress it places on the body. We have spent more than two decades continuously improving the Exact Fit harness system, making it the most comfortable, durable and convenient harness on the market. The Exact Fit harness is now available in up to eight harness fits, with four male and four female fits available in three back lengths. Other brands have a maximum of four harness sizes: whose do you think will fit better? The Exact Fit system aims to g...
Backpacks come in a range of different sizes and styles designed to fulfill the requirements of a multitude of different activities. When choosing a pack the first thing to decide is what size of pack you require. Often this will depend on the length of time that you intend to be away for. As a rough guide we have split the pack capacities into four ranges relating to the intended length of time that will be spent away...