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How to choose your backpack?
The choice of your backpack should above all be guided by the requirements of the activity you want to practice, as well as your morphology. It is also important to ask the right questions:

1 / How long will I leave?

2 / What material should I take with me?

3 / What kind of terrain will I face?

Day packs:

We have in TP two kinds of day packs: backpacks for active sports (running, cycling, mountain raid, orientation race ...) or small hiking and hiking packs for mountain outings in the day. The active sports packs have a capacity of 5 to 20 liters and allow the practice of running, cycling, orienteering or mountain raid. Very light and flexible, they are very resistant. The bags of small hiking and hiking allow a portage of 3 to 5 kg for several hours with a capacity of 20 to 40 liters. They are generally provided with side or front pockets, and pole holders.

Alpine and climbing packs:

The alpine and climbing packs have a narrow shape and are very resistant. They are designed not to hinder the movements during mountain climbs. Their capacity ranges from 30 to 65 liters depending on the time of outing (few days or a trip of more than 10 days). Alpine or climbing packs are usually equipped with crampon holders, ice axe holders, material holders, compression straps, chest straps, helmet straps, and front pockets.

Expedition and backpacking packs:

The expedition and backpacking packs allow you to carry your stuff and equipment with minimal effort and load distribution on the hips, shoulder blades and lateral supports. It will be wise to choose a bag with a capacity of 40 to 60 liters for a hike of few days. For trips of more than 10 days, a bag of 65 to 100 liters will be required.

Hiking and trekking packs:

For transport with minimum effort and load balancing, hiking and trekking packs have multiple accessories: multiple pockets, pole / ice axe holder, belts and padded shoulder straps, chest straps and load recall to allow you to adjust the bag on your back depending on the nature of the ground and the load.

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