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How to pack an army rucksack. The best way to pack a rucksack army style is going from bottom to top, heavy to light while the backpack is on the ground.
Separate all of your items into groups that are similar i.e.clothes with clothes, toiletries in one place, etc. (Make sure you put the appropriate items in plastic or waterproof bags with all the air squeezed out before you seal them).
Pack Your Army Rucksack Horizontally
Put your army rucksack on the ground and pack it horizontally. If you try to pack it while it’s standing up or vertically, it will offset the balance of the items inside resulting in potential back pain.
Place The Heaviest Items on the Bottom
Always place the heaviest items at the bottom of your army rucksack and line them up against the frame. So, if you are carrying entrenching tools, plates, boots, or other bulky items, make sure that they sit at the bottom of your rucksack where they will cause the least amount of pressure to your back. By carrying these heavier items higher up in the rucksack, you will be straining your back unnecessarily. At the top of the rucksack should be socks, underwear, and other very light items.
Place The Heaviest Against the Frame
Ensure that the heaviest items are against the plastic frame of your rucksack for maximum support. This will mean that the lightest things will go up against the cloth shell which will maximize support for your back and minimize any stress to the spine and muscles.
Pull the Drawstrings
Now that you have everything packed, you can pull the drawstrings closed. Be sure to tuck inside the remaining drawstring, take the cover flap and stretch it over the opening while snapping the closures into their proper place.