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Korišćenje i održavanje - Ranci

Korišćenje i održavanje - Ranci

LOADING RULES

Even when fully loaded, a backpack must exert as little strain as possible on the spine. Therefore, it is important for a backpack to be adjusted according to the height and build of its wearer as well as for weights to be evenly distributed.
A properly balanced backpack will also make every type of movement much easier. Place heavy loads against the back and light loads (e.g. clothing) on the bottom. Use the compression straps to stabilise the loaded backpack.
Balance out the weights in the side pockets. Place more frequently used items in the top lid and/or side pockets.

BACKS

Support structure

Optimum backpack form and profile are guaranteed in different load conditions. The support elements used (removable and shapeable aluminium bars and panels in polyethylene) are designed in relation to the size and use of the backpack.

Design and manufacture

To make the backs, Ferrino has used different types of design that offer excellent answers for different stress conditions while allowing air to be channelled along the back and away from contact areas.

A FEW TIPS FOR THE INTELLIGENT USE OF YOUR BACKPACK

 

If it hurts here: SHOULDER STRAPS WAIST BELT LOAD ADJUSTMENT DEVICES CHEST STRAP
Hips Tighten them to move the weight onto your shoulders Loosen the waist belt and position it higher up or lower down on the hips Try loosening and then tightening it until the feel of the backpack improves Tighten
Back
Tighten Tighten to reduce unnatural back curving Tighten Tighten
Shoulders Use tight and then looser straps alternately Position the belt high on the hips and tighten it until it begins to squeeze your abdomen Tighten (this is the way to relieve the load on the shoulders) or loosen the straps and shoulder straps to lower the load on the belt Tighten the strap (the load will move to the centre between the shoulder blades, to relieve rubbing against the armpits)