Advantages of Carrix for carrying

When you walk uphill, and even more when you are walking downhill, the carrying of loads places heavy strain on your back and other parts of your body.
When towing a load with Carrix, most of the weight rests on the structure and wheel. The remaining weight is distributed between the shoulder straps and the belt. For instance, carrying a 20kg load along flat ground, the body supports only 3kg of that weight.
For uphill climbs: You can stop and rest as often as you like without having to put the baggage down and then lifting it up again, reducing the amount of effort required. During each stop, hikers are able to catch their breath more quickly, as the body supports a minimal load.
With shoulder straps only, the back can breathe more freely and does become soaked in body fluids as would with conventional backpacks.
Also, the strain of the shoulder straps is much less resulting in greater comfort for the bearer.
Downhill walks: When walking downhill, Carrix allows you to walk in a more natural and upright position making it easier to control your balance. You no longer need to the use of a walking stick, since there is less forward momentum compared with a heavy backpack.
Your legs don’t have to resist as much, making downhill climbs easier. Stepping over obstructions is also made easier by first stepping over the obstruction with a light back and then pulling the wheel over the obstruction.
Recouping after tiresome walks along flat ground, up hills and down hills, is made easier since Carrix helps to minimize the load being carried.
Carrix is also foldable and easy to carry.
During transits through airports, you can push luggage on the Carrix. During mountain climbs or dangerous walks, the Carrix can easily be fixed to your backpack.
In order to prevent aches in the back, shoulders and joints, or if you have any breathing difficulties, towing a load, using Carrix, is much better than carrying it on your back.