●容量 : 32L
●重量 : 1.16kg
●TORSO : 51-56cm
The pack itself is impressively light, about 2-1/2 lbs for the Large size. Kudos to the designers! Other things I liked: easy on/off; chest strap is adjustable up/down, and shoulder straps are "sculpted" nicely to fit body comfortably; belt and shoulder strap pulls are well placed and easy to adjust even with heavy gloves on; perfect combination of compartments from small to large; the zipper pulls are easy to grasp, zippers operate smoothly; can stow sunglasses into zippered pocket on belt without breaking stride; a nylon rain cover is included (or use it to sit on in damp conditions); cinchable pole/ax loops; well-designed suspension system for cross ventilation between my back and the pack; perfect placement of padding; and I just like the way the pack looks overall. Only thing I'd change: I'd like a cinch string for the side pockets; water bottles can fall out when laying pack down.
It was so comfortable that I forgot I had it on.
Wish there were more stars to give it!
Here's what I can tell you.
The belt webbing is too small, so I am making it 2". The parts for the upgrade were $5. It's an easy fix.
I am adding a pocket where the front fabric is two layers. Previous versions of the z 30 had it.
The pack is too long ( mine is a large ) for airline carryon restrictions, But only by like 2.5 ". I still got mine on 4 flights even when they were checking peoples roll ons.
There is a super secret stash pocket on the back, where the frame is velcroed in. Perfect for copies of passports and credit cards. If the pack was stolen, I doubt the thief would ever find it.
Contrary to another review, the water bottle pockets do have a means to secure the bottles. There is a small loop in side, just add your own carabiner.
The trekking pole attachments don't work at the top. Too loose. The bottom loop is fine, using the side cinch strap works great.
The "bucket" is simply the best there is. A fantastic feature.
The rain cover is very tight. Actually too small if your loaded. I am going to use my REI one. The pocket for the rain cover is a big pocket. I keep my headlamp, compass, and medical/ survival kit there too.
The pack won't stand upright, you get used to the annoyance. The straps on the bottom are great to carry a pair of wet sandals. Then the pack won't fall over.
I bought it mostly because of the zippered access and unlike most packs, it doesn't have a "lid" or "brain" you flop over to open. The access is great. Very wide because of the zipper design. And the top pocket is big. As big as any "brain lid" out there under 50 liters.
For me, my pack search has ended. I opted to fix a few things but did so only because my wife would not stitch my 22 patches for the second time. I had no choice but to go to the cobbler.