The APEX GUIDE 35L backpack from SALEWA is ideal for mountaineering, ski touring ou hiking.
- Volume: 35L
- Weight: 1200 g
- Water resistance: no
- Activity: Mountaineering
- Back system: Dry back contact
- Protective cover: no
- Height: 65 cm
- Width: 29 cm
- Depth: 27 cm
- Dry Back Contact back system
- EVA padding with 3D ventilation channels
- ISB Board: adjustable stabilizer
- Lightweight, comfortable and breathable straps
- Chest strap
- Split hip belt with removable padding
- Pole and ice axe straps
- Parallel attachment for skis
- Probe and shovel mounts
- Load control strap
- Lateral compression straps
- Fold-away straps and drawstrings
- Rope holder with magnetic fastening
- Shovel and probe compartment
- Removable flap pocket
- Height adjustable flap pocket
Hydration & Safety:
- Reservoir compartment
- Compatible with the Salewa water reservoir holder
- Distress whistle
- Reflective sublimation print
DRY BACK CONTACT: reduces the temperature in the middle of the back and prevents sweating by reducing the body contact area. It is also equipped with a micro-ventilation system with 3D air canals for back air flow.
ISB BOARD: Ergonomic back panel, for perfectly stabilising the back. It can be removed easily to reduce the backpack weight.
EVA: Compact and dense, EVA foam is a polymer similar to elastomer materials in terms of softness and flexibility. This material is highly resistant and has good clarity and shine, UV resistance and adhesive properties.
Ripstop: This synthetic fabric, often made from nylon or polyester, uses a special reinforcing technique that makes it tear and abrasion-resistant. During the weaving process, reinforcement threads are interwoven at regular intervals into the hatched pattern. These intervals are generally 5 to 8 millimetres. Ripstop fabric is thin and lightweight with thicker threads interwoven into thinner cloth for a 3-dimensional structure.
ROBIC®: High density nylon weaving, extremely robust and of high quality. Waterproof thanks to its PU coating on the internal face. It is 60% more tear resistant than nylon traditionally used for backpacks.
The sublimation process uses a chemical reaction that enables printing on all synthetic fabrics. The print is created using a digital file on a large inkjet printer. The print and the fabric are then pressed at a high temperature. This process transfers the ink from the paper directly onto the fibre. The heat and pressure transform the ink from a solid state to a gaseous state and it is then this gas that tints and fixes the print to the fabric.
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