Wednesday, 4 May 2016

Checked: Haglöfs - Roc Helios 25 Backpack

Simple equipment stuns me. Right from the moment I received the newest Haglöfs backpack, Roc Helios in the 25-liter version, it started to amaze me. It appears that you don’t need much to construct an efficient, self-effacing but valuable rucksack for steadfast mountain undertakings.

Personally I used the pack during longer day hikes, run commutes to work and general travel activates. The well build and crafted Roc Helios already became a trustworthy partner for me. I value the fast and stress-free use as well as the packing possibilities this bag provides. Together with Italian big mountain skier Jacopo Bufacchi, the swedes created a amazing piece of gear.

Now I’m hyped to use the Roc Helios through longer mountain jaunts during the upcoming summer. I know its gonna be fun!

A humble 25-litre pack considered for steadfast alpinism and rock climbing activities. Weightiness, packed size, and flexibility is key with this one.
With 625 grams there is not much heaviness involved with this one.
Although a “standard” rucksack has its central zipper lengthwise on the front, the Roc Helios outlines the main zipper round the back of the pack. This generates astounding options and safes the gear against rain and allows to open the bag fully to see and get all gear fast. Pretty smart and something I have never seen before.
Seeing it the naive way. This case transports your junk secure and fast to every mountaintop. No gimmicks!
The backbone of the rucksack has a good padding, which is entitled “Interact”. And so it does.
Well placed mesh for extra add-ons and a rope carry.
It will be extremely challenging to demolish the exterior material. Very sturdy style paired with a slick design.
Attention-grabbing tiny features can be found ubiquitously. And they all have their purpose. It is exciting to use this pack.
The big central storage compartment wholly opened up.
Efficient storage of a laptop is also possible.
A multipurpose partner – Haglöfs Roc Helios!

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