Symbium men's 50+10 litres Grey Trekking backpack
For long days hiking and intensive use, this backpack is comfort-focused (foam, male body shape, freedom of movement, ventilation etc.) and designed for easy access
Foam for ventilation and comfort for masculine body shape. Rain-resistant cover
Pockets: 3 ext, 1 int, 2 belt. Pole/ice axe loops. Access via base, compartments
Volume 52 +12 litres / Weight 2.5 kg / Use Dimensions: H 75 x W 34 x D 27
the foam with air cells in the back provides air circulation
Life cycle comparison: Backpack - sustainability.decathlon.com
2 to 7 days
Freedom of movement
Main fabric : 100.0% Polyamide (PA) Yoke : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Lining : 100.0% Polyester (PES)
All our backpacks are tested in the field by users who represent the target market under conditions identical to those found in typical use. Our Field Test Missions team up our product managers with people not affiliated with QUECHUA to test, improve and validate our products.
all our bags are tested in use, by users representative of those for whom the products were designed, under conditions similar to those that you can encounter during use. Our Field Test Missions team up our product managers with people not affiliated with QUECHUA to test, improve and validate our products.
for men regularly practising trekking in the mountains over several days semi-independently.
To ensure materials retain their properties (especially waterproofing), we recommend you do not machine wash, tumble dry, dry-clean, or bleach your backpack. Do not iron. To clean your backpack by hand, use warm soapy water and a brush if needed. After a few years of use, you should renew the water repellent properties of the fabric using a waterproofing spray.
Store your bag in a dry place.
If you are tall check that the backpack suits you
The Symbium Access system
The Symbium Access combines the advantages of the Symbium system that enables freedom of movement thanks to the waist adjustment around the lumbar region. it is also equipped with the Access System: 1 pocket that can be easily moved to the front of the upper body: providing easy access to many items while walking, possibility of reading a map easily. This also allows you to shift some of the weight to the front, helps the hiker to have a straighter back and a more normal stance.
Backpack technical tests.
Backpack components are approved in laboratory tests, including:fabric, buckles, webbing, foam, zips,etc. Fabrics are tested for: resistance to wear, tearing, colour-fastness under UV rays, washing, waterproofing, etc. A final test on the finished product simulates the kind of treatment to which it will be subjected over several years, to assess the strength of the assembly:The backpack is weighted, then placed on a dummy which reproduces the movement of fast walking through thousands of cycles.
10-year technical partnership guarantee
The Strenfit component brand, Quechua's partner for researching and testing its components and assemblies, conducted tests simulating backpack ageing. The tests focused on components, seams and the end product. The results enable Quechua and Strenfit to guarantee the tested bags for 10 years from the purchase date provide on the till receipt.
10-year guarantee, conditions
The guarantee covers any backpack faults, except those caused by normal wear and tear and improper use. This special 10-year guarantee will only be granted upon presentation of the product and sales receipt. If the product is under guarantee, it will be repaired or exchanged for free. This commercial guarantee does not affect any statutory guarantees that are applicable in the country of purchase.
How is backpack volume measured?
The volume of each backpack is measured using a standardised method: we fill the main compartment as well as each pocket with little balls. Then we empty these balls into a graduated container, which gives the equivalent volume in litres, with a margin of a few %. The weight indicated is that of our benchmark sample. There may be slight variations.
Symbium Access backpack ventilation
"Air Cooling" certified backpacks are subjected to a laboratory test that measures the carrying system's ventilation effectiveness A heated and perspiring mannequin is used to scientifically and objectively measure how well the pack limits perspiration. This label is only given to packs that perform significantly better than a "basic" model in the range (without any particular cooling system). We also compare them with other products on the market.
How to adjust your backpack?
FIRST, LOOSEN all straps (shoulder straps, belt, load adjuster straps). PUT THE BACKPACK ON. For backpacks with a capacity of 50 L or more, PLACE THE HIP BELT CORRECTLY (it should sit over the pelvis) and TIGHTEN IT. For smaller backpacks, the hip belt should be placed around the waist. TIGHTEN THE SHOULDER STRAPS. Finally, ADJUST THE LOAD ADJUSTER STRAPS as needed.
Adjusting your backpack height?
Set the bag for the height you think will be correct and then adjust it (see. "Adjusting your backpack"). With the belt on your pelvis, put the straps around the front part of your shoulders and the load adjuster straps (which are sometimes also height-adjustable) at an angle of around 45° (they should never be horizontal or vertical). When trying it on, if the back seems too short or too long, readjust and try again until you are satisfied.
A score for comparing products' environmental impact
The product's environmental impact is calculated across its entire life cycle using different indicators. An overall ABCDE score is attributed to help you more readily identify the products with the best environmental performance by comparing the same type of product (T-shirts, trousers, backpacks, etc.) Decathlon is voluntarily committed to visually displaying environmental information. For more information visit: http://sustainability.decathlon.com/
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