What Are Three Ways To Pack A Backpack To Speed You Up As A Pacemaker?

- Jul 01, 2019-

First, single dragon

1. Straighten the thin backpack rope, place it on the side of the quilt, rotate it, and tie it at the end without the opening.

2. Then, three turns around the quilt, the front of the backpack appeared "three horizontal and one vertical".

3. Rotate the rope again, turn the quilt over, and pass the rope through the three horizontals, eventually forming three horizontal pressures and two verticals.

4. After the passage, tie the rope to the back.

5, smooth the pleats on the surface of the quilt, the backpack rope flat.

Second, double dragon

1. Place the wide backpack rope in the center of the quilt.

2. Fold the thin backpack rope in half and place the fold at the end of the open end of the backpack.

3. Turn the quilt and pass the two ends of the rope through the fold to form two verticals.

4, then pull the intersection, so that the rope is wrapped around the backpack for a week, forming two horizontal pressure to hold the two vertical.

5. Pull the end of one end of the rope, the other end of the quilt around the quilt to form a third horizontal, and finally tie the ends of the rope.

Third, hanging angle

1. Straighten the thin backpack rope, place it on the side of the quilt, turn the quilt, pull the two ends of the rope at 45 degrees to the other side of the quilt, and turn the quilt to form two horizontal pressures and one vertical.

2. Then, the quilt is turned over again, and the two sections of the rope are respectively passed through the two sides of the initially formed triangle, and then the two ropes are crossed and tensioned, and one end of the rope bypasses the quilt from the side to form a third transverse direction.

3. Pass the other end of the rope from one end of the quilt opening and pass it under three crosses to form another vertical.

4. Finally, the two sections of the rope are knotted on the back of the quilt.