The Berghaus Verden 65 Rucksack features the updated BIOFIT back system, which offers a great fit and improved load carriage comfort, making this an ideal choice of backpack for all levels of experience. Height adjustable with removable chest strap and plenty of pockets, this is an excellent backpack for all types of travel.
- BIOFIT back system
- Height adjustable, removable chest strap
- Top tension straps
- Extendable lid
- Grab handle
- Base compartment with bivi divider
- Hydration system compatible
- Wand/bottle pocket(s)
- Two expansion side pockets
- Zipped entrance to main compartment
- Zipped front pocket(s)
- Side compression straps
- Base compression straps
- Attachment points on lid
- Draw cord bivi closure
- Cynch straps on hip belt
- Walking pole attachment
Berghaus Verden 65 Rucksack Review
The Berghaus Verden 65 Rucksack +10 is a lightweight, large and comfprtable piece of kit that will cater for the long haul hikers and trekkers out there.
It’s a top loader with several outer pockets to compatmentize your essentials. there is also a couple of large mesh pockets on either side for your drinks, or insect spray…quick access!
The rucksack is also hydration pack compatible with the usual tube access allowing water refreshment when on the trail, especially important when on a long hot trail when you need to keep moving.
Inside the main compartment, you can separate into two areas for dirty and clean clothes and the volume is big enough to cater for both.
The BIOFIT system incorporated inti the Berghaus Verden 65 Rucksack allows the wearer, tall or short, to get the right fit with many straps for exact positioning. the rucksack really hugs your body, essential if you’re carrying heavy loads. The padded sternum strap gives you even more stability.
The secure strap system will give you good back support for those long trips and the strong material is made to last giving the Berghaus Verden 65 Rucksack a robust feel.
The attached waterproof cover is large enough to cover the whole rucksack and with a little extra room if have an attached sleeping back positioned at the bottom.
The colour is also a very striking jet black and coal combination.
A couple of concerns that do crop up are all to do with the straps. Nothing like being weak or anything, it’s just that there are so many of them! Some are very long and may need to be taped or knotted to reduce their length, and if you’re a novice, there are no instructions as to how the straps should be adjusted.
If it’s your very first purchase of a large hiking rucksack, a little trial and error in getting the comfort settings may be needed.
Overall, we give the Berghaus Verden 65 Rucksack +10 a healthy 4.1 out of 5. You can rely on the quality brand of Berghaus, they rarely let you down and the BIOFIT system is a good idea, especially if you’re taller or shorter than average. The room inside is also plenty for a good long hike, trek or traveling experience.