A trekking backpack should provide adventurers with a smart storage system. It should be able to carry the essentials and more, as conveniently and comfortably as possible. It needs to be designed to provide easy access to your equipment, to provide plenty of room for what you need – and to keep it organized. It needs to be able to do all this with complete durability, and to add as little extra weight to your gear as possible. At the same time, it needs to be lean, hard-wearing and totally useful.
The L.I.M Strive 50 Rucksack meets these expectations. This top-loaded backpack is lightweight, comfortable, durable and designed for trekkers. Smart features like a multitude of expandable pockets in a variety of materials, elastic cords to compress your gear, ice axe/trekking pole loops, and a convenient multi-configuration hydration system are teamed with our own Interact suspension system to provide a really comfortable and posture-friendly companion. With pockets that remain in easy reach while you’re on the go, hole webbing to enable you to carry more, and features like two-way, waterproof main compartment zips, it allows you unrestricted access to your essentials in awkward conditions.
- HT Robic (100D)
- Oxford nylon (210D)
- Top loading
- Interact suspension system
- Full-length zipped main compartment access
- Hydration system compatible
- Shoulder straps
- Removable lid
- Lid pocket
- Elastic cord attachment system
- Zipped inner mesh pocket
- 2 stretch mesh hip belt pockets
- Elastic side pockets
- Dual ice axe loops
- Front webbing attachment
- Weight: 1,140g
In 1914, a forester’s son called Wiktor Haglöf designed and created a backpack that would take him on an amazing journey. Made for the local workers, this original pack raised Haglöfs from their humble beginnings in a cabin, to a world leader in adventure clothing, footwear and equipment.
Today, high quality products are still at the heart of Haglöfs clothing, footwear and equipment, and every item is imagined, designed and tested by people who love and understand the outdoors. This process involves a working knowledge of how clothing should perform and is born from the rigorous demands of the Scandinavian wilderness.