When the item is sorted, be sure to familiarize yourself with the seven important principles of packaging before you can officially load it into your backpack.
1. Large size to make the bottom: backpack packaging is like building a house, large size is suitable for laying on the bottom layer, and gradually stacking up to stabilize.
2. Use less on the lower layer, usually on the upper layer: the upper layer of the backpack is easier to take, so the common objects should be placed on the upper layer, and the less used and used in the camp will be placed on the lower layer.
3. The weight is close to the shoulder strap connection: the heavier thing in the backpack should be close to the backpack shoulder strap to connect the upper layer of the backpack, that is, near the shoulders of the shoulders, it will be more comfortable to carry.
4. Side bag packing and heavy balance: When placing items or water bottles on the side pockets on both sides of the backpack, pay special attention to the weight balance on both sides.
5. Reduce the anti-hook pull: All equipment should be placed inside the backpack as much as possible. If the equipment is attached to the backpack, it will not only cause uncomfortable carrying, but also the jungle terrain is difficult to cross. It is also easy to cause the risk of slipping down when the terrain is steep.
6. Food bag insertion gap: Food packaging is better for small bags, just to fill the gap between large items, to avoid the uneven appearance of the backpack, and make full use of the backpack space.
7. Backpack waterproof, internal weight: Do not believe the waterproof effect of the backpack's external rain cover and the backpack itself. The large plastic bag inside the backpack can often achieve better waterproof effect.