The Ultimate Backpacking Checklist

The Ultimate Backpacking Checklist

If you’ve set your mind on a backpacking trip to take a break from the hustle and bustle. it is of vital importance to prepare essential gear prior to the journey.

 

So, without further ado, here follow some of the best pieces of gear for backpackers we'd like to share — the essentials so to speak.

 

Backpack: There are numerous factors to consider when selecting a backpack that works for your body, such as size, weight, pockets, torso length, hip straps and so forth. It is suggested that you consult with staff working at a gear store, providing you find it tricky to pick out one marvelous pack.

 

Satellite Navigation DeviceKOSPET OPTIMUS 2leverages three exceptional navigation systems — GPS, GLONASS and BeiDou, leaving its tracking performance fast, precise and accountable. Thanks to the built-in Google map, this wearable helps to navigate your way through the magnificent trip. To make charging even more convenient, OPTIMUS 2 is also available with additional 1,000mAh power bank. 

 

Tent: Aside from integrating livable space with protection, tents are one of the most beginner-friendly options. Make sure to bring along a quality backpacking tent with the proper size for sleeping alone or with your backpacking partner. Moreover, a lightweight tent renders it simple to assemble on your own or with someone else.

 

Outdoor Smartwatch: Tested to U.S. MIL-STD-810H, KOSPET TANK T2 is literally created for numerous outdoor sports, trails in the wild with backpacks included. The smartwatch, built out of high-strength metal, adopts an AMOLED screen that supports always-on time display and boasts 5ATM and IP69K waterproof. With just a single switch, it enables Bluetooth calling which enjoys HIFI audio quality. To top if off, the wearable supports up to 70 sports modes with smart recognition of 6, along with its ever-ready health monitoring and ultra-long battery life of 15 days for daily use. On the whole, TANK T2 is an adventurer’s reliable companion.

 

First Aid Kit: Instead of bandages, medical tapes and duct tapes can be kept in your first aid kit, for they can not only assist you to take care of minor wounds along the way, but serve to fix your damaged gear in an emergency.

 

Food: It is significant to search for fuel when you shop for backpacking food, such as food high in fat, carbohydrates and protein in lieu of extremely sugary energy bars and snacks.

 

Rain Gear and Pack Cover: Given that the weather can change in an instant, it is suggested that you have it in your backpack no matter what the forecast.

 

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