A look at the bone-dry interior
Inside are four zipper pockets for bars, cell phone, patches and many other things. Under those - and this requires some patience - is the inner compression strap. It should be used when you want to secure things like a tent or clothing or when the backpack is so filled that it’s difficult to close the zipper.
For keys, there is a clip on the upper left. And why is there no zipper pocket like in most other backpacks? We asked ourselves the same question. However, because keys are usually only removed for a short time, it makes sense to only need to open the main zipper a little to get to them. So it makes sense.
An optional hydration system was also developed for the Atrack with an included thermal protection bag to keep water cool on hot days. A highlight: a sealing adapter is included with the Atrack. Even with a hose running through it, the backpack is still waterproof - But you probably shouldn’t lose the adapter...