Running usually requires a backpack, so you can easily carry water, food, change clothes and other necessities. Because the design, capacity, fitness and function of edge backpacks are very different, it can be difficult to determine the type of backpack to buy. That's why we created this guide, which will first explain various types of backpacks and then help you understand your needs in terms of fitness, fitness and function. In addition to the overview this guide offers, this guide also provides links to articles with additional information.
Frame Best Hiking bags have a flexible construction and are therefore very lightweight (they do not contain "heavy" aluminum bars or plastic frames). A high-quality, unmarked backpack with a volume of 40 liters weighs only 600 grams. The disadvantage of strawberry backpacks is that they do not effectively transfer the weight of the shoulders to the hips (above the waist), as this requires a rigid construction. Therefore, they are not suitable for carrying heavy load sand should not exceed 40 liters as required. However, frame backpacks are very useful for day trips and quick climbs because of their light weight.
The backpacks of the internet have a rigid or semi-rigid construction, as they use flat aluminum bars or plastic plates. The first part runs vertically behind the back wall of the backpack and prevents the bag from collapsing. The rigid construction effectively transfers the weight of the backpack from the shoulders to the hips (over the belt) and improves performance, as the hips are supported by larger muscles than the shoulders.