As always at Camping Things, we only feature the best around, so you’re assured a great deal and an awesome rucksack whichever one of our choices you pick. Each of these camping rucksacks has been reviewed for volume and size, durability, extra features and what it’s best for.
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Trespass Albus 30L Backpack
‘High in quality, low in price, the Trespass is a winner.’
You cannot go wrong with the Trespass Albus 30L Backpack. It’s a brand we love and trust, and just because there’s not a lot that’s fancy about this rucksack, doesn’t mean it can’t do the job. It’s ideal for day trips and weekends away, good for the kids and perfect as a fairweather commuter backpack.
Size and volume
Two main compartments, one large one smaller in the front, you’ll be able to get a small laptop in here, plus your waterproofs, with space in the front for your valuables or maybe a few sandwiches.
It won’t take a beating like some of the higher end rucksacks on our list, but these less expensive bags do have a way of lasting a heck of a long time with no problems at all. Trespass quality for a very reasonable price.
Just the bare bones with this one, but don’t be fooled, it has pretty much everything you need in a great rucksack: two spacious compartments to keep your belongings safe and dry, easy-access side pockets for water bottles and a drawcord front to tighten the bag up and keep things in ship shape.
Value for money
100% yes. Need we say more?
Day trips and weekend camping holidays, school and fairweather commuting.
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Rated - Trespass Albus 30L Backpack
It’s a brand we love and trust, and just because there’s not a lot that’s fancy about this rucksack, doesn’t mean it can’t do the job. It’s ideal for day trips and weekends away, good for the kids and perfect as a fairweather commuter backpack.