Hunting is a sport that involves transporting equipment and numerous accessories. Consequently, your backpack is essential, but it will only be really useful if it is well organised.
Start by choosing a suitable volume. The right volume depends on the type of hunting, how long the hunt lasts, the environment (plains, mountains, etc.) and the weather. You will need a lot more material during the cold and rainy season and on multi-day hunts.
Volumes up to 30 L are also recommended for one-day hunts, while larger volumes will be more useful on hunts requiring a lot of equipment (migratory, hide hunting, stalking in mountains, etc.) or on sorties lasting several days.
Finally, it is very important to adapt your backpack to your body shape. Remember that for bags over 30L, 70% of the load must be borne by the hips and the remaining 30% by the shoulders.
This implies that the strap adjustments must enable the bag to be positioned correctly on the hips and the shoulder straps to be slightly distended.
The height of the back of certain backpacks can be adjusted in order to obtain the ideal distance between the shoulders and hips. If this feature is not available, adjust the length of the straps to distribute the weight optimally.
If you would like to find out more about the scope of our X-access range, please take a look at the video below to discover our modular product range:
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