A pack for 1 to 3 days
Another tripod post
Camera Gear including Tripods and Monopods
Jetboil Ruta Locura modification.
A Warm Hat
Footwear and Socks
Mugs and Cups
Freeze Dried Food
Jetboil Sol Ti long term perspective
The tale of 2 Jetboil Sol Ti’s
My thoughts on the Primus ETA Lite and the Jetboil Sol Ti
HMG, SMD etc.
Aarn Featherlite Freedom
Goosamer Gear Gorilla (2009)
Haglöfs LIM 45
Comparing 2 Tarptents the Notch and the Stratospire 1
Reflections on the use of the Tarptent Notch in Lapland
The tale of 2 Tarptents, the Notch and the Moment
Why I prefer Klymit Mattresses
Hi again 🙂
Have you ever tried the Laufbursche Huckpack ??
Im using the HMG Porter 4400 but thinking of the Huckpack.
Im just worried that there is no air between the pack and my back. So no ventilation !!
Thx again for a great blog/website 🙂
Hi Lars, yes I have seen and tried on a Laufbursche Huckepack, possibly the first iteration of the pack. I have seen some more recently on the Coast 2 Coast Sweden walk. They are well made and very appealing packs, however, I have been happy with my HMG packs and have not seen the need to look elsewhere. If I was to move away from HMG packs it would be to a pack that had some sort of fabric to aid breathability between the pack and the back. Having said that, however, I have also found that with careful clothing section “back sweat” is less of an issue.
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