Vango Flux 30
Product Review / Walking Gear Test
Guarantee: Life of the Backpack
Sizes: 30 litres
Weight: 900 gms
Features to Note:
Vango says:"The Flux is a streamlined, lightweight pack for fast moving adventure athletes. It is fully featured and race ready for a wide range of sports. The proven Air Force back system provides a stable carry - whatever the conditions."
Features to Note:
- Body: Lightweight 40D ripstop nylon
- Base: Excel 1000D Polyester
- Back System: Size Tolerant plus Air Force ventilation system
- Hip/Waist Belt: Air Mesh
The Vango Flux 30 Daypack is from Vango's Ultralite range - and is aimed primarily at 'fast moving adventure athletes'.
Nonetheless I tried it on some short low level autumn walking and found it worked well.
The main compartment (hydration-system compatible) is accessed via a zipped lid which includes a separate zipped compartment.
There are two good sized mesh side pockets and two zipped pockets in the belt.
The padded back/lumber system is very comfortable and the compression straps mean that small loads can be stabilised well.
A very good value lightweight day pack with most of the features needed for occasional low level Spring, Summer and Autumn walking.
It doesn't have anywhere specifically to attach walking poles which some might find a draw-back, and the material could be a bit more substantial.
If you need something for more frequent use then it may be worthwhile spending more on a backpack with a higher material quality for the body.
What do you think?
Have you got/bought Vango Flux 30 Day Packs?
We would love to hear what you thought of it - good, bad or indifferent. Perhaps you simply disagree with our verdict - or feel we've neglected an important feature.
Let us know by clicking this link - What I think of Vango Flux 30 Day Packs - so we can publish your important views below.