Mountain Walking Backpack - MH500
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Taut mesh back.Preformed belt, padded and adjustable straps.Thumb rests
Ventilated, taut mesh back (AirCooling brand) to regulate perspiration
40 L / Dimensions: H 66 cm; W 30 cm; D 26 cm
9 pockets including 2 quick access for flask 1 water compartment, 2 belt pockets
Coated waterproof fabric and built-in rain cover at the bottom of the backpack
Side zip opening to access the main bag compartment.
40 L: only 1,260 g in size S, 1,390 g in size L
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It's a big bag. You can put loads of suff in it, strap it to your back and take all the stuff up a hill for the day. It's got different pockets for different things and straps do up quite tight which is good cause it means the bag doesn't fall off. 5 stars!
It is either made in China or Vietnam or some parts in China and some in Vietnam and collated in any these two nations. Quality is great though.
Very much impressed by the attention to detail and quality of this pack. The materials feel sturdy, and everything from the placement of pockets to the way the top drawstring opens were well thought out. I took this for an overnight hike that was very wet and muddy. It was comfortable to carry and withstood the weather very well. It looks almost new after I just wiped off some of the mud with a damp cloth. My only quibble would be that the rain cover should be detachable. Also the small zip pocket gets in the way of the hydration sleeve. It was quite cool on my hike so I didn’t fully test the ventilation, but I didn’t notice it was particularly hot to carry.
It’s quality and design both are amazing. Easy to handle and it is the best product when you are goin for trekking or hiking or for travel as well. Lots of stuffs you can put.
- 90% Polyester
- 10% Polyurethane
- 88% Polyester
- 12% Polyurethane
- 15% Elasthane
- 85% Polyamide
- 100% Polyester
- 85% Polyester
- 15% Polyurethane
- 100% Polyester
Quechua’s research and approval partner for its components and assembly has carried out tests reproducing the ageing effect of hiking backpacks. These tests were conducted on the components, seams and finished product. For example, our hiking bag design guarantees 20,000 zip openings/closings, 10,000 drops etc., equal to 10 years from the date shown on the sales receipt.
The warranty covers the defects of the backpack, excluding those resulting from normal wear and improper use. This special 10-year warranty is only valid on presentation of the product and receipt. If the product is covered by warranty, it will be repaired or exchanged free of charge. This sales warranty does not affect the statutory rights applicable in your country and/or state.
AT THE BOTTOM of the bag, pack your sleeping material, and heavy material nearer the back. Slide your water pocket into the compartment.AT THE TOP of the bag, store your waterproof jacket and fleece within arm’s reach.In the pockets, you can put your sun cream, maps, cap and sunglasses. Cereal bars or your mobile phone can be stored in the belt pockets for quick access.The straps under the bag can also be used to attach a compact tent.
We recommend that you never carry more than 25% of your body weight as you risk hurting your back!Even the best bags with perfect adjustments could injure you if too heavy.
1 - Loosen all the straps: shoulder straps, belt, load-return straps (these are the small straps above the shoulder straps)2 - Put on the bag.3 - Close the bag's belt, positioning it at the hips then tighten it until it feels firmly in place4 - Tighten the bag’s shoulder straps5 - Tighten the chest strap (not too tight to affect breathing)6 - Adjust the load-return straps (the bag will cling closely to the shoulders)
The volume of each backpack is measured using a standardised method: we fill the main compartment as well as each pocket with little balls. Then we empty these balls into a graduated container, which gives the equivalent volume in litres.
We recommend hand-washing your backpack. Use soapy, lukewarm water, possibly with a brush, focussing on the areas in contact with the body (shoulder straps, back, ventral belt), where you have perspired.This is the best way for the fabric properties to be maintained, in particular the waterproofness.Then rinse well with lukewarm water, leave to dry in a dry place away from direct sunlight (no radiator). Store in a dry place.