Daypacks (under 2,000 cu in)


Black Diamond
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less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$300 - $399.99
$400 - $499.99
$500 and above

Recent Daypack (under 2,000 cu in) Reviews

Renogy Solar Backpack

rated 4 of 5 stars Great day pack for day adventures or the office. As a member of another website, I am given products to test from time to time in exchange for a review. This is a 20L backpack with a lot of compartments best suited for those needing a daily activity/commuter bag. If you're looking for a true hiking/backpacking pack with solar panels, I recommend checking out Renogy's stand-alone panels.   Renogy recommends you use the setup to charge to a power-bank, rather than directly to devices and I completely… Full review

Renogy Solar Backpack

rated 4.5 of 5 stars As a member of another website, I am given products to test from time to time in exchange for a review. The Renogy Solar Backpack was provided by Renogy for testing and review.  Dimensions: 18.1" h x 11.8" w x 5.9" d Capacity:       20 liter Weight:          2.2 lbs. Solar Panel Dimensions: 11.3"x9.7" The integrated solar panel has one USB port. The solar panel module converts solar power into DC power...utilizing an electrical management system with a stable 5V DC output. User Guide solar… Full review

Osprey Ultralight Stuff Pack

rated 5 of 5 stars Super lightweight with Osprey quality and detailed pack. Just bought the Osprey Stuff Pack in my search for a lightweight packable summit/day pack. From a backpacking base camp or thru-hike, I like to leave my tent and HMG large pack and explore. However, I always take essential gear such as first aid kit, water, rain jacket, etc. This is a super light and well designed pack that folds into an inner pouch, has two zipped storage areas, and a small interior pouch with Velcro that is its own storage… Full review

Osprey Daylite

rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent daypack. Lightweight, comfortable, and durable. I first bought this pack to use a hydration bladder while skateboarding and mountain biking. I then started using this pack daily for school, and on the weekends for day hiking. I've now done several overnight hikes with this pack. Fit The pack fits me really well and is extremely comfortable when properly adjusted. If I have a light pack weight I don't even feel it. Literally. Comfort As I said above, the pack carries light loads really… Full review

Matador Freerain24

rated 4.5 of 5 stars FreeRain24 is lightweight, waterproof, and packable. After receiving the Daylite16 as a gift last year and loving it, I decided to try the FreeRain24. Why not? Their gear cost a little more than I would usually spend, however it is of very good quality. This packable bag is only 5.5 ounces and had a minimalist design. Not a lot of extras but it doesn't need them. This bag packs a lot. After using a 16L bag this seems like a duffle bag! It has one large main compartment, and a smaller zip pocket… Full review

Osprey Kestrel 28

rated 3 of 5 stars Good backpack with a need for big improvement. I bought this one because I have very good impression of my Kestrel 48 which I purchased one year ago. I 100% agree with one of the reviews here—this pack needs a rigid stay/frame/wire for transferring the weight to hip belt. The picture shows how the backpack sits on my back. I carried about 10 lbs in the pack, but as you can see the back panel was bent. The weight is not well transferred to the hip belt. I have read the issue about back panel's… Full review

The North Face Men's Jester

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This day pack has been reliable for the last four years. I can't think of a single negative issue I have had with it. It is an excellent day pack for hiking or travel. I have used this as my go-to day pack for a number of years. At first I questioned the price but managed to find it on sale. It can carry enough gear for most day trips while being comfortable to carry. The only negative issue I have found is that when fully packed the mesh water bottle holders are a bit tight for a 32 oz bottle. Full review

Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil Dry Daypack 22 L

rated 5 of 5 stars UltraLightweight at 2.3 ounces; fits in your palm! Just purchased from Backcountry Edge: regularly $32.95 but on sale $28.95. Half-moon or U-shaped zipper makes loading easy. Super lightweight and appears durable enough for summit pulls and this will be my go-to pack for section hiking and thru-hikes when I explore around base camp or head to town. Disclaimer: have not yet field tested, so will update review.  Full review

Osprey Mira 34

rated 5 of 5 stars The perfect day pack. This is a Rolls Royce of a pack that rides like a Lamborghini: In it, I put the filled 2.5 L hydration bladder which, btw, is THE absolute best hydration system I’ve ever seen in any pack, bar none, ever, my Crazy Creek chair (in the side stretch pocket) rain layers, extra layers, hat, gloves, Buffs, food for the day, hygiene kit, compass, flashlight, emergency supplies, first aid kit, lip balm, sunblock. And it’s not like I’m carrying this pack, it’s more like the… Full review

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