The Tresspass Trek Rucksack is a comfortable multi purpose rucksack that will get the job done. This rucksack is not as popular as the Berghaus Women’s Trailhead 60 , but still can get the job done. We thought we’d review this rucksack and spread the word about it. We thought we’d share out thoughts about the Trek 33 after diligently researching this rucksack and having one of our team members, John, try it out. The reason John decided to go for the Trek 33 was that he was looking to switch things up and wanted a different Rucksack to use when going on hiking trips. He did not intend on buying it for his rucking workouts, he also wanted an extra rucksack in the house to share with his wife.
In this post, we’re going to cover:
The pros and cons of the Trailhead 60
Product details Explained & Why They Matter
What stood Out To Us
Pros and Cons of the Trespass Trek 33 Litre Rucksack
|RipStop Fabric||Only comes in 4 different colors.|
|Padded Back & Shoulder Straps|
|Built-in and Padded Hip Belt|
|Water Proof Rain Cover Included|
|Tracking/walking Pole Loops|
Product Details Explained & Why You should Care
RipStop Fabric – This is especially important when you’re out in the woods, in the rocky terrains, or any other outdoor environment. You never know whats on the ground when setting down your rucksack or what you bump into on your hike or ruck. It’s good to know that Trespass has you covered with the hard-wearing ripstop fabric. We’ve ripped through tons of rucksacks in the past, so it’s good to know that you do not have to worry about it as much. Although I wouldn’t try putting that to the test by purposely trying to rip it.
Padded Back & Shoulder Straps – The back and shoulder straps are both padded very generously. More on that though, ever think about what makes for good shoulder straps? Well in this case, the Trek 33 has it figured out.
- Wide Straps – This helps to spread the load of the weight evenly across your shoulders while ensuring comfort.
- Load Stabilizers – These are the straps that are directly attached from the back of the rucksack and to the shoulder straps. It helps to keep the rucksack closer to the body. Which helps with your posture and is the right way to carry a rucksack.
- Shoulder straps Edges – I can’t begin to explain how frustrating and irritating it is to have red lines across your shoulders because of the thick and uncomfortable stitches some backpacks or rucksacks have on the ends of the shoulder straps. John certainly had no marks on his shoulders after hiking with the Trek 33 since the padding is thick and made for proper support and comfort.
Built-in and Padded Hip Belt – This is a cool feature to include in a rucksack. Hip Belts are super helpful as they help spread the weight of the rucksack, and help alleviate the pressure from your shoulders. Typically with bigger rucksacks, hip belts are sold separately. It’s always a win when you get to save a few bucks!
Water Proof Rain Cover – Simply open the top zipper and pull out the rain cover to protect your rucksack from the rain.
Tracking/walking Pole Loops – The exterior of the rucksack includes walking pole loops to save you even more space in the main compartment.
What Stood Out To Us?
The amount of accessories included in this rucksack. The rain cover pretty much makes this rucksack waterproof and the built in hip belt saved John from major shoulder pain.
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