Backpack Ventilation System - Sweat Less in Arizona
I equipped my Osprey Talon 22-liter day pack with my Vaucluse backpack ventilation frame, and what I did was, equip my frame with a Govee thermometer. That way, I could track both the temperature of my back while wearing the frame and also the humidity. It's very simple to attach, as you're going to see in my videos.
Simply attach this frame to your favorite backpack. This is very flexible, weighs just six-ounces, is super light and very flexible. What it does is create a small gap between you and your backpack. The backpack is snug on your back but, at the same time, there is this slight separation. So you're wearing your backpack the way you should be but at the same time, you've got air flow. So you can be wearing your backpack properly while also getting well-desired ventilation.
Let's dive into the data and I can show you what happened: As you can see, my back temperature drops throughout most of the hike. This shows that I didn't get hotter and/or sweatier, even as I climbed over 1000-feet, and my back humidity, if you noticed, peaked at 80%, which means my body was working and warming up. Now, what usually happens when backpacking, your back temperature rises as the humidity rises, your back starts getting wet, you're sweating more, and your core temperature rises. Everything is going up.
But the Vaucluse backpack ventilation frame did the trick (again). I was able to hike in comfort up to the peak.
To learn more about this frame, just jump over to my website, VaucluseGear.com. We've got plenty of reviews, and plenty of videos (just like this one) explaining how it works. Plus a whole lot of other details to help you see if my Vaucluse ventilation frame is right for you, if what you're looking for is more airflow, more ventilation, and a more comfortable hike when you're out in nature.
Here’s to sweating less.
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