The Jack Wolfskin Rambler 32 is an excellent-value rucksack with a good feature set for the price that narrowly missed out on being featured in the final eight rucksacks. It features a suspended airflow back system that is good for controlling sweat, a pocket on the hipbelt, hydration compatibility, a rain cover, wand pockets, a zipped front compartment and a top pocket. Capacity is lower than some, and the stretch pockets on the side are narrower than many, which some might like – but it does restrict their versatility. Build quality seems very good and the straps are padded; if it wasn’t for the Lowe Alpine Yocton 35 this would have snagged the ‘Best Value’ slot.
The Jack Wolfskin Rambler 32 is a good rucksack that is an excellent buy for the price.
Review by Simon Ingram
Just missed out on being in Trail magazine March 2014