HIKERS using support to move belongings between stages during a hike.
120 litres. Wide opening. Support straps and strap for waist support to free you hands on very short trips (train, airport, underground, etc.).
Good bag. Have 2 now used for transporting buoyancy aids. Each is able to hold 8 ba's and they keep them dry
Took this bag to 3 festivals and 1 surf/camping trip. It held everything I need to take - tent, sleeping bag, airbed and all my clothes with space to spair which was very handy as I was travelling by public transport. Material held up well and still has no rips or tears. The shoulder straps are a little uncomfortable on long hauls so if you're looking for a backpackers back pack, buy a backpackers backpack. Otherwise I can't fault it!
Used for a CCR two week diving trip to Malta, it survived the outbound and the inbound with 27kg of kit coming home. Really glad I got this bag. It is study and very well priced IMHO.
Strong. Good handles. Clever pockets inside.
The elastic to compress the bag is attached
A fine bag by quechua. i want to buy