Live from OutDoor 2007: Berghaus revealed their new Velcro waist belt fastening system with their Nach 12 and Mach 7 rucksacks. Designed for light and fast freaks, adrenaline junkies and the rest of us that just want to carry less load, the range features 4 packs.
The Velcro waist belt is a wide band of stretch fabric that forces the pack close to the body to maintain stability on the move, without the need for bulky buckles.
The Mach 24 and Mach 18 don't feature the Velcro waist band, but instead feature a new In Pression system. This has been designed to compresses the load from the inside of the pack rather than the outside, leading to cleaner lines and less dangly cords.
The whole range also benefit from a new stylish design, setting them apart from the more traditional Berghaus packs of old.
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