Salewa ULTRA TRAIN 18L BP - Backpack - ombre blue

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71,00 €89,00 €
-20% New Stock

* Price recommended by the supplier in 2020

This product is not eligible for discount vouchers.

Warning: limited stock available

Features

The ULTRA TRAIN 18L BP backpack from SALEWA is ideal for speed hiking.

MAIN DETAILS:

  • Volume: 18L
  • Weight: 420 g
  • Water resistance: no
  • Activity: day hiking
  • Back system: Contact-fit lite
  • Protective cover: no

DIMENSIONS:

  • Height: 46 cm
  • Width: 26 cm
  • Depth: 16 cm

COMPOSITION: 

  • 100D x 100D nylon

SPECIFICATIONS:

Back system: 

Carrying System:

  • Ortholite light and breatable foam shoulder straps
  • Low chest strap
  • Pole attachment

Compartments/Pockets:

  • 2 zipped mesh on the go side pockets
  • 2 stretchy side pockets
  • Inside pocket for storing valuables

Hydration & Safety:

  • Water reservoir system (not included)
  • Compatible with the Salewa water reservoir holder
  • Reflective sublimation print

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TECHNOLOGY:

ORTHOLITE®: Engineered from open cell polyurethane, Ortholite soles retain 95% of their cushioning properties after a year of use, whereas ordinary soles lose 70% over the same time period. The Ortholite® sole is lightweight and breathable. The air circulates, to help evacuate heat and moisture to keep the feet dry. The environmentally-friendly biocide treatment is antimicrobial and creates a healthier environment for the feet. The advantages of Ortholite® Open-Cell Technology are:

  • Durable cushioning
  • controlled moisture
  • high level of breathability
  • easy to wash
  • anti-microbial function
  • lightweight

 

BACK SYSTEM:

Contact Fit-Lite: lightweight carrying system with a shape that adapts to fit the back to reduce swinging and increase ventilation.

 

COMPOSITION:

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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