Ferrino Agile 25 Test
An ultralight backpack designed for lite backpacking. Essential in the design and extremely comfortable.
We Like Ergonomics, regulation, stability.
Use Hiking & Trekking
Lightweight and essential are the two key words to describe this backpack from the Agile line, a highlight of the new summer 2020 Ferrino collection. Its lean shape, its colors and graphic details make the aesthetics immediately appreciable. It features a single compartment shape with a large top opening that reduces progressively. The only down side of this is that accessing anything inside requires to take out most of the load. This is an inevitable compromise when trying to save on weight while keeping dynamism and harmony in the design. The external fabric is mostly made of Invisible Ripstop 210D polyester, a high toughness fibre with exceptional robustness. The HBS (Hollow Back System) is noteworthy and guarantees extreme comfort and perspiration thanks to the combination of preformed padding, air channels and reticular fabric that control the sweat in critical points. The frame is very lightweight and well supports the load. The light-weight shoulder straps, connected to thin straps, come close near the sternum. The closure and simple adjustments maintain it solid and stable throughout the whole day. Among the technical features there is a whistle (attached to the breast strap), pole-holding straps, ax holding rings, side compression straps and two removable tool holder straps. It’s compatible with a Ferrino H2 bag hydration system and with the helmet holder, sold separately. The only pocket with a zipper, on the hood, it’s relatively small but proportioned to the backpack’s size. At full capacity the backpack is not unbalanced. The two mesh side pockets are perfect for 1l bottles. The 25l capacity make it the ideal choice for one day excursions.
Fabric Invisible Ripstop 210D polyester
Price € 110,00