Ultralight Hiking Backpack 56L with Sleeping Pad 845 grams
This ultralight hiking backpack weighs only 845 grams making it one of the best backpacks for reducing your overall weight. It includes a sleeping mat which also acts as the backpacks frame. Further to this the sleeping pad curves to the shape of your back for added comfort.
Use the sleeping mat as a mattress or as another layer under your inflatable air mattress for extra warmth at night. Remember the saying one layer underneath is equal to two layers on top. A blue sleeping mat will be sent as standard, if you would like another colour please ask. Other colours are shown in this link.
What makes our 56 Liter Packs so Good
Well the weight is the most important feature. Most 56 Liter packs will weigh at least 1400 grams, this pack weighs only 1183 grams and that includes the sleeping mat! Without the sleeping mat using internal contents as the frame it weights only 845 grams. This is super light for a 56 Liter backpack.
As well as been ultralight these packs also have plenty of external storage. This storage includes two large side pockets which can be used to storage to two drink bottles in each pocket. Alternatively they be used to store our ultralight tents or inflatable mattresses.
There are also plenty of external straps for bolting on gear such as jandals or hiking poles.
As well as having two large side pockets these lightweight tramping packs also have two large waist strap pockets. These pockets are perfect for storing frequently used items such as your phone, GPS or camera. They are also handy for storage snacks.
To make you hiking adventure more comfortable these backpacks have thick padded waist straps. This is an important aspect of a good pack as most of the packs weight will be resting around your waist area.
Ultralight Hiking Backpack Specifications
- Capacity: 40+16 Liters.
- Pack Weight: 845 grams+/- 5%.
- Sleeping Pad Weight 340 grams +/- 5%.
- Sleeping Pad Size 190 x 56 x 1.8 cm.
- Zipper: YKK.
- Buckles: DURAFLEX.
- Material: 410D plus 210D Nylon.
- Colour: Green.
- Waist strap size: With sleeping mat: 75 ~ 129 cm, without sleeping mat 85 ~ 139 cm.
Using without Sleeping Mat
Instead of using the sleeping mat as the frame you can carefully pack the inside contents to build a frame. This could be necessary when staying in huts which already have mattresses.
A good approach to doing this would be to fold your sleeping bag and use a waterproof bag to hold it in. Doing this will give you a comfortable padding while the pack is on your back and reduce the pack weight down to only 900 grams.
If you want your next tramping experience to be more enjoyable then you need to reduce the weight of your pack. The easiest way to do this is with the backpack itself by upgrading to an ultralight hiking backpack like this one. But don’t stop there, we also have a great range of ultralight mattresses, tents, cookware and sleeping bags.
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