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Trespass 70 ltr rucksack £27.99 @ Trespass
Trespass 70 ltr rucksack £27.99 @ Trespass

Trespass 70 ltr rucksack £27.99 @ Trespass

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A perfect addition to any explorer’s kit, the Amin 70L rucksack is a must-have for camping trips and international travels. A capacity of 70 litres allows you to pack your gear without worrying about running out of room. Sturdy fastenings along with a durable composition mean it is resistant to wear and tear so you can use it regularly with confidence.




Designed with a supportive back system and padded hip belt, the weight of this rucksack will be distributed evenly allowing your back to support it correctly and allowing you to avoid potential injury and strain along with adjustable shoulder straps.




Plus, with multiple pockets on the outer, for added storage, you will be able to retrieve miscellaneous items easily without having to rummage through the contents of your bag. The Amin 70 litre rucksack will see you through any adventure so you can camp, travel and explore with ease.

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something up with your links

Original Poster

I know. Can't see what I'm doing wrong. I copied the link The bag is called Amin if you search trespass.co.uk

edit: link works now
Edited by: "luke7791" 30th Jan

This Amin rucsac looks perfect for General use. You'd be an Idi-ot not to get one at this price. Ideal for young and old; I might get one for my Dada.


Amin? Really? Who names this stuff? Is there a whole series of kit named after corrupt third world dictators Can I get a matching Pol-pot tent?

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ArthurDent1

This Amin rucsac looks perfect for General use. You'd be an Idi-ot not to … This Amin rucsac looks perfect for General use. You'd be an Idi-ot not to get one at this price. Ideal for young and old; I might get one for my Dada.Amin? Really? Who names this stuff? Is there a whole series of kit named after corrupt third world dictators Can I get a matching Pol-pot tent?



lmao. Don't know about the tent, but I know they do a half-zip microfleece called the Donald​.

nice find op, heat added

cant make my mid up about trespass stuff... some is ok, some average, some is just tat!

we have a trespass outlet near us so always have a closer look.

would I buy this for a week trecking? nope! a weekend with the kids, probably!

voted hot.

Quality I find is low to average I find with Trespass. if you want better quality zips and materials and a good price checkout the Highlander brand which can be picked up on Amazon/eBay or wherever for not much more money.

Why would anyone have even a thought about buying this bag?its not built to last, crap quality with crap warranty. Isnt it better to pay more, but get the thing rhat will last you a lifetime. Example: osprey bags, patagonia.

£89.99? Oh come on! This kind of stuff is just cheap tat, do yourselves a favour and just buy a decent used bag off ebay or Gumtree if money is tight.

its not built to last, crap quality with crap warranty. Isnt it better to … its not built to last, crap quality with crap warranty. Isnt it better to pay more, but get the thing rhat will last you a lifetime. Example: osprey bags, patagonia.

Because not everyone can afford/wants to pay proper money if only using it a few times?

This looks useful for e.g moving stuff to/from Uni, the big shop etc., but it's missing an adjustable back system, which would make it fit properly to different length backs. I also can't tell if it has load lifter straps between the shoulder straps and the top of the body. Photos do at least show how limited the tacking is for some of the straps, so you can expect repairs if using it a lot.

Let's not get started on whether it's sensible to carry 70L! British hikers on the continent are sometimes called snails because we carry everything on our backs, instead of travelling lighter...

Edited by: "Hootwo" 31st Jan

I have noticed this has had some bad reviews, will the backpack be suitable for light use while travelling between cities for a couple of weeks?

Cheers
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