Ergonomic Packs Are More Body-Friendly Than Ever

Lumbar pain, muscle cramps, bruises, and hip discomfort. These are common complaints on the trail, especially among seasoned hikers and backpackers who have spent years pursuing adventure. Which is why technical-pack designers are increasingly taking ergonomics—the science of tailoring products and workplaces according to how the human body functions—into consideration. Don’t let poor design sideline you from the trail. Instead, select a body-friendly pack.

Aether AG and Ariel AG packs
Aether AG and Ariel AG packs

Earlier this year, Osprey unveiled Aether AG and Ariel AG packs for men and women, in multiple sizes, with a capacity to carry 82 to 88 liters (Aether) and 69 to 75 liters (Ariel). Because no two hikers are shaped alike,…

Share on Facebook0Share on Google+0Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedIn0
More from Industry News

Tactics for Catching Bass In The Wind

Author: Jonathan Lepera / Source: In-Fisherman Bad weather and strong winds have hampered or...
Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *