My Backpack -How To Buy A Good One For You
Book bag, kit bag, knapsack, rucksack, pack, or sack pack —is also known as my backpack. Backpacks are generally used by students and hikers. My backpack is often chosen to alternatives of handbags for carrying any sort of equipment or sometimes heavy loads. As we have the limited capacity to carry heavy weights in the hands for long periods of time, we can use it to carry any sort of equipment with relaxing. Large backpacks are commonly used to bear loads over 10 kg (22 lbs). For running,cycling, hiking and hydration are usually smaller sports backpacks.
Guide to Buying A Backpack
When I traveling around the world, my backpack is my best friend. It will go in all places with me, where I go and it will act as my home when I missing my home.
The first thing I have considered when buying my backpack is the length of my trip, where I am going, and my personal style of travel.
I sharing my experience with you , what Things You Have to Consider When Buying a Backpack.
Consider Your Purpose :
Do you often need moving from place to place? Will you remain travel for long periods of time? If yes, and you are confident that you can carry (on your back) all of your baggage, there are specific traveling backpacks available for you, but often hiking backpacks are used as well as my backpack.
Consider Cost of Backpack:
One thing keep in mind that there can be a direct link between price and product quality. Some backpacks cost as little as $50-$100, while a mid-range backpack that costs $100 – $200 will go well with most travelers’ needs.
Consider Size of Backpack.
When buying a backpack, you have to analyze the physical size of it (empty, and full). Is it a hard frame, or collapsible? Is it fit for the size regulations of airlines when it’s fully expanded? Make sure that the backpack is big enough to carry your things, but not too big and bulky that it becomes a trouble and burden for you.
Types of Travel Backpacks
There are a wide number of different types of backpacks to consider when you purchasing a backpack for travel.
Hiking Backpack: Hiking Backpack is one of the most popular kinds of travel backpack which is actually made as a hiking backpack. I have a Hiking Backpack and I use this kind of my backpack for carrying weight to a long distance and are often loaded from the top.
Specific Travel Backpack: These packs are normally made to walk very short distances. This type of a backpack may carry heavier amounts of weight than a hiking backpack.
Wheeled Backpack: It is very hard and burden for you to carry a bag on your back all the day. So you might want to consider a wheeled backpack to bear some weight with your hand easily. It includes a handy set of wheels as well as backpack straps. One of my backpacks is wheeled.
Day Pack: If you need only large enough to carry, you may want to consider a day pack.
PRICE VS QUALITY
A good quality backpack may be expensive than a low-quality backpack. By spending a little extra to pick up a brand name pack, you can save in the long run. Trust me; I have spent some extra money when I pursued my backpack, which is branded. My backpack is durable as well as looking nice.
Compare all of the branded backpacks and find out one for you that is low cost in price as well as the best quality.
What To Check When Buying a Backpack :
- First check the backpack features, fit and its capacity.
- Check its durability , Comfort ness , budget and Style
- Content Protection and size as your activity needs
- Check its material and organization
- Check all the pockets such as elasticized side pockets , hip belts pockets, shovel pockets and front pocket(s). Check them ok or not.
- Pull the zippers behinds and forwards a dozen times – if they keep jamming, move on to the next pack, do same with the buckles and clasps.
- Check tightens and loosens the straps several times, and make sure that they slide easily and stay in position once locked in place.
- Check the quality of both the exterior materials and the inner linings, and avoid any that are noticeably inferior.