Everything we take to a trip must be of good quality, since it will be subjected to rain, bumps, scrapes, excessive weight and many other things. When choosing a backpack you have to consider the type of trip we will make, therefore the use we will give you, how we will transport it, and our physical structure. I suggest buying a backpack of a brand that is recommended. Especially if you are going to places farther away from cities where you cannot buy another in case you break the one you have.
For pre-armed trips where you will only go to hotels and you will always travel by car or some convenient means of transport, it is convenient to carry a suitcase. But a backpack is preferable if you make a "backpacker" trip, where you will have to walk a lot, go through dirt roads, in the rain or trekking. Travel backpacks allow us to have free arms and at the same time be comfortable. It must be taken into account if the exits will be of short duration or several days where we must carry equipment, clothing and heavy items.
The type of trip determines in many cases how you will transport your backpack. If you plan to climb, trek or climb mountains is not the same as if you only transport from one hostel to another or if you travel by car, train or other means of transport. In the latter case, it can be less sophisticated and have fewer pockets, straps and adjustment systems. Otherwise, it should be well adjusted to our back and therefore be more complex. In the case of those who do trekking have to take into account that must have system of fastening for the canes and to have on hand things such as toilet paper, sun cravings, water, food or a map.
Many carry the main backpack in the back and a small one hanging in front. I like this idea because it allows you to carry documents and other important things well monitored and within reach. On the other hand, I can also leave the big one in the hostel and go on an excursion with the other one.
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