The L.I.M Susa 40 is a lightweight trekking pack from Haglöfs for fast and light hiking which features many details that maximise ventilation, accessibility and performance without increasing the weight. Despite its light weight the fabric used is super durable 100D HT Robic to ensure the rucksack can keep going as long as you do.
It has two large side mesh pockets the length of which can be adjusted to accomodate anything from tent poles to two large sized water bottles. A large top mesh pocket has a zip closure and can store anything from energy snacks to a small first aid kit for easy access. It also has an internal hydration reservoir sleeve, which can accomodate most reservoir sizes, and a laminated exit port for the pipe with guiding mesh along the sleeves to help keep it in place.
- Panel loading
- Quick drying back panel made from ventilating mesh
- Perforated padding in shoulder straps to reduce weight and increase airflow
- Attachment loops on left shoulder strap for fastening accessories
- Quick and easy pole attachment
- Safety whistle on chest strap
- Zipped hip belt pocket in stretch mesh on the right side which is easy to open with one hand
- Quick access hip belt pocket on left side
- Forward pulling compression waist strap for easy and precise adjustment
- Internal hydration system sleeve with attachment points for different types of bladders
- Top pocket with key holder
- Hidden compression system on front
- Large mesh pocket on front
- Reflective hits and logo
- Fabric: 100D HT Robic
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.