Berghaus Black Motive 60+10 Rucksack
When travelling, ensure you keep all your gear safe with Berghaus' new travel pack, the Motive 60+10 pack. This pack comes in a generous size, with robust design and you won't want to be without it, wherever you end up around the globe.
It is designed to be spacious, yet easy to transport, allowing you to carry the whole pack or disconnect the attached 10 litre day sack for breakaway excursions and adventures. The main pack is full of features, including a Biofit Back System and hidden security compartment for your valuables.
- Carry with comfort by finding your unique fit thanks to the adjustable BIOFIT™ backsystem
- Day time essentials can be kept in the fully featured removable daysack which is an ideal standalone pack included zipped pockets, organiser padded harness and chest straps
- Designed for any travel and transit situation, with zip-away harness cover to avoid any straps being caught during airport trips, padded side and top carry handles and a detachable padded shoulder strap so you can remain adaptable
- There are a host of zipped pockets for your essentials all of which have been strategically positioned for security while wearing the pack
- Keep valuables in the hidden security pocket
Dimensions – Main Body (approx.): 68cm (H) x 36cm(W) x 31cm (D), Day Sack (approx.): 45cm (H) x 26cm(W) x 14cm
Weight (approx.): 2.00kg
BERGHAUS BLACK MOTIVE 60+10 RUCKSACK
Berghaus is an outdoor clothing and equipment manufacturer headquartered in Sunderland, Tyne & Wear, UK. It is based in the North East of England but distributes worldwide. It was founded in 1966 by climbers and mountaineers Peter Lockey and Gordon Davison.
In 1966, outdoor wear as we know it didn't really exist. Then Berghaus came along. It all began when climbers and mountaineers Peter Lockey and Gordon Davison from the North East of England, frustrated by what they saw as a lack of decent outdoor gear, decided to import and sell their own.
Innovators of waterproof; their technology has come a long way since the first mass-produced waterproof jackets. These days there’s no ‘one-jacket-suits-all’ approach, and they’re proud to create clothing made specifically for different athletic types, activities and climates.