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Ferrino Transalp Reviews and Buyer's Guide (Jan 2019)

3.50 based on 5 reviews
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Ferrino Transalp
60% of the Ferrino Transalp reviews are good or excellent!

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Poor (40%)
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Weight iconWeight5 oz (2.3 kg)
Length iconLength29 in (74 cm)
Width13 in (33 cm)
Height13 in (33 cm)

Reviews Summary

Here's what the reviewers think about the Ferrino Transalp:

Reviewers like these things about the Ferrino Transalp

  • Users have noted that the Ferrino Transalp backpack is built with strong materials including Jacquard Weave 500D to ensure durability.
  • Many of the reviewers indicated that it was cleverly designed to provide comfort to the users.
  • Several users felt that it was comfortable to wear the bag.
  • Other reviewers thought that its compartments could be accessed easily.
  • Other reviewers said that the bag's abundant pockets made it easy to organize and access personal belongings.
  • Users noted that it was easier to stash ice axes or sticks through the bag's designated holder.
  • Testers also founds it gear straps and loops essential in attaching gears and equipment in place.
  • Users liked that it can hold a variety of things well.
  • Other users commended its ability to store items safely and securely.
  • Testers noted that its adjustment system allows better weight distribution in the waist area.
  • Some users found that it is compatible with a hydration system, making it easier to quench thirst while on trail.
  • Reviewers noted that its removable cover provides protection to the pack when exposed to severe weather conditions.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A reviewer thought that the bag itself is not waterproof.
  • Another reviewer noted that its hip strap may be destroyed easily.

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Last updated on January 11, 2019