Force vectors BackTpack vs conventional backpack

The myth of “backpack safety”

Backpacks are off-axis loading systems. There is no way to safely carry weight in a backpack, no matter how light the load, because it disrupts our body mechanics by design. Even an empty backpack can distort posture, which may lead to fatigue and pain. Why ergonomic backpacks fail When posture is distorted, our joint and […]

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What’s New in the BackTpack 4?

Hip-loading belt is an integral part of the bag, not an optional extra. This belt is for taking the weight of the bag off of your spine and shoulders if/when you need to do so for comfort or because of injury. Locking system for hip width. It allows adjustment for narrower or wider hips, and […]

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