When we talk about "how to pack," most of the focus is on how the space is allocated inside the backpack, but the backpack has a plug-in system that makes it easier to use correctly.
Smart Backpack is the core equipment of mountain friends, every trip, it must accommodate your "basic necessities of life" all the equipment, how to pack is a big problem.
One of the most common misconceptions many new comers have about a backpack is that it's the same as a regular travel bag, and when you pack it, you just "pack it in" -- it either won't fit or it won't be convenient to use.
Some mountaineers realize that the secret to packing is not only to pack, but also to hang, scratching around the outside of the bag, leaving it wobbling, straining, and unsafe. Indeed, in view of the sudden demand for outdoor and the particularity of some equipment, backpack manufacturers will design practical plug-in system, improve the backpack extensibility, but also convenient for you to access the equipment at any time, so that the outdoor efficiency.
These unremarkable designs are all over head bags, shoulder straps, body parts and belts. Let's start with the hanging points on the head bag.
First, the head bag: hangs the ring
While walking, you need to recharge your batteries with a solar panel. How do you do both? When you are hiking, you want to take down the cup and draw water at any time. Where should you put the cup? These problems can be easily solved by hanging a ring around the head.
Hang solar panels, cups, etc. -- Many outdoor backpacks have four small rings on the top of the head bag. Fix the solar panels to the four rings with a quick hook, and then carry the backpack on your back so that you can charge your batteries on the way.
In this way, the solar panels can be hung firmly and the direct sunlight is relatively large, so as to avoid blocking the body and affecting the carrying of things.
In addition, these hanging points are also a good choice for hanging cups.
Shoulder strap: Water bag pipe hanging ring
When mountaineers climb mountains, water bags are generally put into the backpack, the long water bag pipe is extended from the backpack hanging on the chest, convenient and timely drinking water, but the water bag pipe dangle to and from is very inconvenient, then you should use the shoulder strap water bag pipe hanging ring.
Control the pouch strap - If you look over the shoulder strap of your backpack, you will find a small device in the form of a webbed, plastic clasp, or plastic ring. Here is the pouch strap hanger. Hold the water bag in place so it won't swing around and it's easy to drink.In addition to the water pipe loop, some backpack straps have a useful plug-in point.
Shoulder strap: Sunglasses mount system
When you're climbing and the sun is shining or there are snowy slopes, you need to wear sunglasses. When you're in the woods and you want to wash your face, you need to take them off. You can't easily hold them in your hand and lose them if you don't pay attention to them -- try the sunglasses mount system. Some rucksack straps have a sunglasses mount system made up of hanging rings and elastic bands. After taking off the sunglasses, they can be hung into the rings and then tied and secured with elastic bands.
Sides of inclusion: suspension ring, compression belt
Trekking poles, tripods, tent poles and other "hard" equipment are impossible for mountaineers to pack in their backpacks. What should they do when not in use?In fact, the big backpacks on the shock suspension rings, compression belt can be firmly hanging them outside the backpack. On both sides of your backpack, there are generally shock absorbers of alpenstock composed of elastic rope rings and fasteners. The alpenstock, tripod and tent pole are shortened and fastened to the side of the backpack. Then, the alpenstock is wound and fastened with the rope rings. With the side of the backpack compression belt or elastic mesh bag, they will be more stable; When strapping a trekking staff, wear a protective cover at the tip to avoid stabbing others.
Side compression straps holding the pack - For larger packs, side compression straps may also be useful: the two side compression straps buckle and tighten around the front of the pack to compress the pack and prevent the pack's center of gravity from falling too far back.In addition to the alpenstock, the ice axe can also be attached to the side of the pack.
Sides of inclusions: ice axe fixation system
Ice axes can only be used in snowy slopes, ice walls and other road conditions, and because of the sharp slender, can not be put into the backpack.How do you place an ice axe when you're packing and packing and hiking?The ice axe fixation system on your backpack has been given a plan.
Fix the ice axe - For most backpacks, the ice axe can be fixed using a trekking staff, but in addition to the rod suspension and side compression straps, the bottom of the pack also has a ring to hold the tip of the ice axe in place.For technical climbing knapsack, there will be a more professional and convenient ice pick fixing system, which will firmly control the grip of the ice pick and the pick tip.