Wisport Sparrow Egg – Photoshoot

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Wisport Sparrow Egg is the youngest member of the popular family of Sparrow backpacks produced by Polish Wisport. This time, instead of a cuboidal shape, the manufacturer applied a more oval, “egg”, shape – hence the name of the new model. Sparrow Egg is also the smallest of Wisport’s Sparrows, the biggest of which we reviewed some time ago. The capacity of the backpack is just 10 liters (its dimensions are 36x23x14 cm), what makes it suitable for use in the city or shorter trips with minimalist equipment.

We’ll need some time for testing before we can review the Sparrow Egg backpack, however, as only single photographs of the pack are available on the web, we decided to show it’s design with more detail!

Wisport Sparrow Egg is made of Cordura 500

On the front, as usually, there is a piece of velcro for attaching various patches or insignia. Below there is some webbing and shockcord allowing attachment od additional equipment.

On top of the pack there is a small handle and exit for hydration tubes.

The sides of the Sparrow Egg are covered in additional webbing, below there are mesh pockets suitable for carrying 0.5l water bottles

The back and sternum straps are covered with a fine mesh, the same as in the Sparrow II 30 pack

Inside of the Sparrow Egg, there is a compartment for hydration bladders and a zippered pocket that extends down to the bottom of the backpack

As shown by the wallet on the earlier picture, or by the Fenix HL40R headlamp, both the pocket and the backpack are rather small

All of the zippers have markings of Wisport

That’s everything when it comes to the design of Wisport Sparrow Egg, now it’s time for a few months of testing, after which we will be able to review the backpack. #goprepared

Many thanks to the manufacturer for providing us with the chance to test the backpack!

~Jawor

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Jawor

Hikes since he learnt to walk. Happy to spend hours discussing jackets, backpacks and other gear. Caver, diver and a leader of the Gear Insider project.

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