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If you're after a compact and lightweight backpack or daypack for trail and urban use, then we've got what you need. Whether you're looking for a travel backpack, hiking backpack, carry on backpack, uni bag or more, our backpacks are weather-resistant, practical and designed to keep all your essentials safe and secure. Our range includes kids’ backpacks as well as weatherproof packs for ski touring and alpinism.
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Iggy 45L Rucksack
Rolla 30L Rolltop Laptop Backpack
Rocka 35L Backpack
Braeriach 30L Canvas Backpack in Dark Navy
Blackfriar 40 - 40 Litre Water Resistant Duffle Bag
Braeriach 30L Canvas Backpack in Olive
Ultra 22L Green Cycling Hydration Backpack
Ultra 22L Sunrise Cycling Hydration Backpack
Ultra 22L Black Cycling Hydration Backpack
RACE 20L ORANGE REFLECTIVE BACKPACK
RACE 20L GREY REFLECTIVE BACKPACK
RACE 20L SILVER REFLECTIVE BACKPACK
Mirror 15 Blue Cycling Hydration Pack
Slake 15L Hydration Backpack
Mini Me Toddlers' 3L Backpack with Reins
Albus 30 Litre Multi Function Backpack
Terminal Cycling Hydration Pack
Albus Unisex Multi-Function Backpack
Mirror 15 Silver Cycling Hydration Pack
Tiddler Kids' Blue 3L Novelty Backpack
Jubilee Backpack Chair for Hiking & Fishing
Neroli 28L Backpack
Reverse 15L Packaway Backpack
Albus 30 Litre Grey Backpack
Tiddler Kids' Orange 3L Novelty Backpack
Deimos DLX 28L Rucksack
Albus 30 Litre Electric Blue Backpack
Albus 30 Litre Flint Backpack
NEROLI 28L Grey Backpack
Exhalted 20 Litre Rolltop Waterproof Dry Bag
Cohort Babies' Yellow 5L Backpack with Reins
Swagger Kids' 16L Casual Backpack
Bustle 25L Backpack
Tiddler Kids' Pink 3L Novelty Backpack
Deptron 30L Laptop Backpack in Black
Ultra 22L Orange Cycling Hydration Backpack
Travel Chest Bag
Reflective Rucksack Cover
Idie 27L Backpack
Buzzard Kids' 18L Backpack
Vandross 20L Daysack
Cohort Babies' Pink 5L Backpack with Reins
Swagger Kids' Blue 16L Backpack
Swagger Kids' Pink 16L Backpack
Ultra 22L Yellow Cycling Hydration Backpack
Britt Kids' Printed 16L Backpack
Walking and hiking backpacks from Trespass combine performance with versatility to give you the best carry experience possible, whether that’s hiking, walking, or general day-to-day activity. A Trespass backpack, daypack, hand luggage backpack and commuter backpack is built for technical hiking, trekking, the everyday and the obscure. They are made with durable material to withstand a variety of different environments and weather conditions.
The best gym bags offer several separate compartments to store all the above in, to prevent leakages. The Ultra 22L backpack is one of our best gym backpacks. This is a gym bag made out of breathable material to keep the air circulating through your pack. It also features an earphone port and water bladder access should you decide to incorporate it into your gym session.
To pack a backpack for the gym, we suggest storing your trainers separately. This keeps your exercise clothing smelling a little fresher. In your gym bag, you should put a small wash bag with shampoo and shower gel, a towel, a reusable water bottle, your headphones, blister plasters, your membership card or locker key and a spare pair of clothes if you went there in your activewear.
A backpack is considered to be hand luggage and is a suitable option for this. Most aeroplanes allow around 55 x 40 x 25cm size backpack for hand luggage, some with no weight restrictions and others with up to 23kg allowance – but usually, about 10kg. Make sure to check your airline’s hand luggage restrictions on their website before you travel. If you’re not familiar with the content restrictions, head over to the GOV.UK website for more information.
40 litres is how many litres backpack for hand luggage we would recommend as an absolute maximum – i.e. if you’re not taking hold luggage. A good carry on backpack is the Blackfriar 40L Duffle Bag as it boasts loads of space with many compartments and multiple carry options. This bag would also work well as a commuter backpack for journeys by train or bus.
For more information on How to Buy a Backpack for Travelling, check out our Expert Advice Guide here.
The best laptop backpack is the Rolla 30L which is also good for travel. This is because it has a padded pocket and base that will protect laptop in backpack, with a large top opening for easily accessing the contents. To measure your laptop for a backpack, simply use a ruler to find the length and width before finding the right laptop backpack for you.
It is also wise to choose a backpack for school that has a laptop compartment. The size backpack you need for a high school backpack is around 25 litres. The best laptop backpack for a college student is the Deptron 30L as it has many storage options, reflective piping and padded detailing.
To organise your backpack for school, you should put smaller items in the front pockets so they are easily findable and bottles in the side pockets to spread the weight and improve balance.
To make your school backpack lighter, consider investing in a smaller reusable water bottle. We also suggest leaving the textbooks you don’t need to take home in your locker. Your school backpack should be no more heavy than what you can comfortably carry. Make sure you have the backpack appropriately fitted for your personal use, as an ill-fitting bag can be uncomfortable and therefore more difficult to carry.
For more information on How to Choose a School Backpack, check out our Expert Advice Guide here.
The size of ski and snowboarding backpack you need is 15 to 25 litres in size. It is best to ski with a backpack as you never know what you might need in the event of an emergency, if you get cold and wish you bought more layers or just want a woolly hat and sunglasses for après ski. You will need a backpack for skiing if you are going on a full day’s trip to another resort or are skiing in particularly adverse environments.
If you are wondering what to bring in a ski backpack, you can find an extensive list of what to carry in our Expert Advice Blog here. How to pack a ski backpack is fairly simple, so long as you keep it light and balanced, and ensure the fit is right for you.
The best backpack for hiking should weigh no more than what you can comfortably carry on your back. The size of hiking backpack needed is dependent on the individual.
A daypack is another term for a hiking backpack – one that you might use over a day’s hike, rather than a several-day-long trek. A good size daypack is a normal-sized backpack, such as one you could use as a school backpack. We recommend this as the best daypack for travelling.
A hiking backpack should fit securely. Make sure that you have tightened or loosened the straps adequately to have the backpack sitting safely in the middle of your back. Use sternum and waist straps on a heavier pack in order to spread the load and make it easier to carry.
If you’re wondering what to pack in a hiking backpack, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve narrowed it down to 10 essential items you should have in your walking backpack:
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