In the mountains it can be nasty at times. If you want to be sure that your equipment and spare clothing will stay dry in your backpack, you should take a look at the Ortovox Trad 30 Dry backpack.
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To be outside means to come to terms with the weather. Meteorological capers are particularly intense in the mountains. Who does not know it? If the sun shines over the peaks one moment, it pours out of buckets the next.
And even if heavy rain creates its very own, special atmosphere in the mountains, we are happy when we can change into dry clothes afterwards and our climbing equipment is not soaked. A rain cover for the backpack is the one solution that Trad 30 Dry from Ortovox the other.
In wind and weather
The entire surface material of the climbing backpack is tight - up to a water column of 50 mm. Since zippers represent potential leaks, the model has a roll-top closure so that no drips can get inside. The few zippers that are housed in the typically puristic design by Ortovox have at least a water-repellent function.
Robust, more robust, Trad 30 Dry
But that's not all. Because the Trad 30 Dry not only defies rain, but also nasty, sharp rocks. The upper material of the backpack is tear and abrasion resistant. So he also takes part in the really rough projects. With all its technical properties, it remains practical, of course: rope fixation, ice ax and stick holder as well as helmet net are of course included.
The Ortovox Trad 30 Dry in brief
- Capacity: 30 liters
- Toploader / roll closure
- Rope fixation, ice ax and stick holder as well as helmet net available
- Lateral ski attachment possible
- Waterproof material made of polyamide
- Particularly environmentally friendly as it is PFC-free
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Credits: Cover picture Ortovox