The Escape Backpack
This Wenzel backpack is a great camping and backpacking pack. It is very spacious and can hold a lot of gear, including special compartments for important survival gear and tools such as a water bottle, GPS device, sleeping bag, sun glasses, and more. The Wenzel Escape Backpack also has an incredibly sleek look with the white, gray, and blue design.
Wenzel outdoor products are always made to the highest quality standard, and this backpack is no exception. The comfort, style, and practicality can not be beaten by any other outdoor backpack of this type.
Wenzel Escape Backpack Features:
Back Panel - mesh over open cell eggrate foam with integrated air channels
Shock absorber shoulder straps
- Padded waist belt
- Daisy Chain
- Vertical front zipper
- Dual mesh water bottle pockets
- Webbed carry handle
- Internal organizer in front pocket
Hydration resevoir compatible
Side compression straps
- Divider in main compartment for sleeping bag
- Sunglasses holder on shoulder straps
Detachable GPS pocket
Size - 30" x 14" x 9"
Capacity - 4000 cubic inches
This particular backpack is primarily used for carrying large items or high quantities of items, particularly in 'rough' environments (outdoor) in which durability is important. Great for camping, backpacking, long hiking trips, mountaineering, and can even be used as an emergency preparedness storage kit.
Internal Frame Back Packs:
The internal frame structure allows maximum comfort by providing just the right amount of rigidity from the frame, but also conformity to your back and shoulders to allow stabilization (no bouncing). This is a feature that external frame backpacks and frameless packs can not provide.
Internal frame packs are the most recent major innovation in backpack design, allowing the perfect happy medium between frameless and external frame packs.
Internal frame backpacks also allow plenty of ventilation by keeping a slight distance between your back and the pack. This is especially important if your pack, or any of your survival gear, or camping tools and supplies were to get wet or dirtied.