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The zippers of the well-known Japanese manufacturer, which is one of the best zipper manufacturer in the world. The zippers of this brand guarantee quality, long lifespan and reliability. Components of small dimensions, but of great importance, because their trouble-free functionality is often a condition of the function and usability of the whole product.
Simple and practical
Practical single-chamber backpack designed for long-time trekking and mountain stays.
Minimalist has two pockets, placed in the back and bottom of the lid of the backpack. The remaining part consists of one large chamber with an original roller closure, similar to a waterproof bag closure system. In the closure of the main chamber, two parallel velcro straps are placed to fit the closure, to be twisted several times and fasten the ends together with a buckle. This shapes the practical handle.
Thanks to one extra buckle, the closure can also be closed when the lid is detached. The ends of the rolled lid do not connect to each other but to the straps that otherwise close the lid.
|Material||HICOR 3.0 RS; HICOR 6.0; Duraflex X-Lite Easy Access Buckles|
|Amount of chambers||1|
|Outer / inner zipper pockets||1/1|
|Adjustable shoulder straps||Yes|
|Detachable hip belt||Yes|
|Camel bag - ready||Yes|
|Back system||3D Mesh Back System|
|Dimensions||77 x 31 x 27 cm|
|Volume||31L - 50L|
The lower part of the front of the backpack is provided with two loops for trekking sticks or ice-axes. These loops can be housed in pockets so that they are not caught by the branches while passing through the woods. There are two strap ladders for attaching the extra load. At the top of the ladders, there are the velcro loops for the handlebars of the trekking poles that can be detached. This simple front ends with the carry handle.
There are two stretch pockets on the sides, through which the lower pull straps. The upper and lower straps are fitted with buckles, making it easy to attach the load. The closing straps then come out of the side pockets, which can be switched at the option with the backpack lid or the roller closure.
The lid of the Minimalist is provided with four massive grommets for additional load. There are two pockets and a raincover - located at the back and at the bottom.
The lid can be detached together with the hip belt and combined to form a lumbar pack. In the main compartment of the backpack there is a camelbag compartment with velcro loops and access to removable back reinforcements.
- Duraflex X-Lite Easy Access Buckles for easy access and handling
- Separate Camelbag pocket, including velcro straps for hanging
- Removable duralumin reinforcements
- Detachable loops for trekking poles with reflective prints
- Adjustable height of the waist strap
- Trekking belt loops that can be inserted and hidden
- Two pairs of pulling straps with buckles for compression of the backpack or attachment of additional equipment
- Four loops on the lid and two ladders at the front of the backpack to hold additional equipment
- The system of closing the main compartment in the style of waterproof bags with two closures
- Removable backpack raincover
- Detachable waist belt
- Possibility to create a lumbar pack combining waist belt and backpack lid
Instructions for assembly the hip bag from the lid of the backpack and the hip belt
Warning: We can not take the reassemling of the backpack as a warranity complaint.
- Pull the rope strap from the lid of the backpack
- Separate the lid from the rest of the backpack by:
- Unfold the free ends of the strips
- Detach the velcro
- Pull the free ends of the straps out of the buckle
- In the same way as (2.) pull the straps from the hip belt. The buckles are located in the side pockets
- The hip belt is secured by the lining that is attached on top by a velcro fastener with the back system, open it and pull out the lining
- Lift down the waist belt from the dural reinforcements
- Remove the D mesh lining to access the velcro
- Using a velcro, fasten the hip belt with the lid of the backpack
- Belts that were originally holding the hip belt at the backpack, pass through the buckles located in the bottom of the lid of the backpack under the hem
- Tighten all the straps and adjust the free ends