Our team of trekking enthusiasts designed this easily adjustable 70 L backpack for men on multi-day mountain treks, seeking comfort and simplicity Co-designed with users in the French Alps, this bag offers simplicity and comfort without compromising on its technical features. An eco-designed bag with its bulk-dyed polyester and recycled buckles.
600 denier polyester main fabric Polyamide base of bag 10-year warranty
Carry system for the male body shape. EASYFIT automatic back adjustment.
Internal compartments Front access + bottom access 5 pockets Water pouch storage
Water bottle holder Pole holder Rain cover
Back with aluminium bars to reduce pressure and allow the back to breathe
Dope dyed polyester fabric and recycled plastic buckles
Internal compartment for a water bladder (not included)
TREKKING TREKKING SEVERAL DAYS MOUNTAIN TREKKING
NUMBER OF POCKETS
WITH RAIN COVER
LOCATION OF PRACTICE
Volume of 70 litres. The volume of each backpack is measured using a standardised method: we fill the main compartment as well as each pocket with little balls. The balls are then emptied into a graduated container in order to determine the equivalent volume in litres, with a margin of error of just a few percentage points.
1.9 kg The empty weight shown is that of our reference sample. There may be slight variations.
Our patented Easyfit system allows you to adjust the height of the back and tightness of straps at the same time by pulling on a single strap (on each side). 1. Put on your bag 2. Fasten and tighten the belt 3.Pull the straps (upwards) And you're done!
How to pack a backpack
Put your bedding at the bottom. Place the heavy equipment (tent, stove, food) near to your back. Pack your clothes around these items. A ground sheet or tent can be placed under the flap or under the bag (add straps) if they don't fit inside. Keep a waterproof jacket and fleece to hand. Place the small items that you will need during the day (sunscreen, map, glasses, etc) in the pockets. The water bladder can be placed in the compartment generally provided down the back.
Why are our rain covers grey when some trekkers want them to be brightly coloured?
The grey colour is neutral and therefore uses less dye. The component is made of BITON: this process allows us to lower our carbon footprint and reduce the consumption and water pollution in comparison to the coloured models. These small measures demonstrate the commitment of Forclaz to improve the environmental impact of its products.
Our engineers have conducted tests simulating the ageing of backpacks. These tests are conducted on the components, seams and finished product. Forclaz use the results to guarantee the tested bags for a period of 10 years, starting from the date of purchase indicated on the receipt
Check out our storage accessories that facilitate the use of the TREK 100 bag here: https://www.decathlon.fr/browse/c0-tous-les-sports/c1-randonnee-trek/c3-accessoires-sacs/_/N-1qnudth
Store your bag in a dry, ventilated place away from direct light.
All our backpacks are tested in use in the field by target users under the same conditions as they would experience in real-life use. In particular, our "Test Missions" bring together the product manager with people who are not affiliated with DECATHLON to test, improve and validate the products. This particular model was tested over a five-week period by trekkers in the Canaries, Pyrenees and the Mont-Blanc mountain range.