Overnight Packs (2,000 - 2,999 cu in)


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less than $50
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$300 and above

Recent Overnight Pack (2,000 - 2,999 cu in) Reviews

Mammut Trion Guide 45+7

rated 5 of 5 stars Great all round alpine pack with large front pocket great for easy access gear like layers or ski touring safety equipment. The Trion Guide is a well sized pack perfect for mountaineering, ski touring, and general hiking.  The fit is one-size-fits-all, and it's very similar to Deuter's Guide series of packs. The padding isn't anything special, and the straps seem to fit well to my 5'10" narrow shouldered frame.  I can get just about anything I need for a weekend in the alpine. I have been able… Full review

Lowe Alpine Peak Attack 42

rated 4 of 5 stars The Lowe Alpine Peak Attack is a 42L classic, single compartment mountaineering -inspired pack. With those uses in mind the pack boasts added durability without a weight penalty, weighs 950 grams, and includes glove-friendly features (zipper pulls, buckles and grab loops) and a unique ice tool attachment system. This pack would be best for winter mountaineering, summer backpacking, or as a large day pack for hiking or cragging. Specs (from Lowe Alpine): Volume: 42lt / 2565cu.in Weight: 0.95kg /… Full review

Blackhawk! Barrage Hydration Pack

rated 4 of 5 stars A heavy-duty "military style" 3-day pack that is designed to last forever, no matter what you do with it. Although BlackHawk! categorizes it as a hydration pack, I believe the hydration bladder is a small portion of this pack. I purchased this pack prior to a deployment overseas in 2008 and it still looks brand new today. In between being an every day carry item thru Kuwait and Afghanistan, it has also been used as a day pack for hikes and hunting. As well as a great commuter bag and travel bag. … Full review

Osprey Talon 44

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great transitional bag! I'm 5'11" with a slender build @ 162 lbs. I bought the bag at the beginning of the 2014 spring season with the intent of doing lightweight trips up to 5 nights. On a 1-2 night cool-weather trip, I carry 27 lbs of gear (including a full 3 liter hydration bladder and 1 change of clothes), minus food. For longer cool weather trips, an additional change of clothes and larger fuel bottle brings it to 30 lbs of gear, minus food. The bag handles this very well, is light, quite… Full review

Lowe Alpine Vision 40

rated 5 of 5 stars A 1-2 night fast and light pack. I am 5'11" 190 and this pack has fit me very well, it is somewhat adjustable.  The hip belts and shoulder straps are very well padded with and the padding has stood up well over time.  I think it truly holds 40L, but is 40L enough for a reasonable amount of gear? If you want to get more than a day hike out of this pack you will have to be very selective about your gear selection for the sake of eliminating bulk. I do believe that you could comfortable carry 35-40lbs… Full review

High Sierra Col 35

rated 4 of 5 stars Reasonably priced, reasonably spacious, reasonably usable. This is a reasonably priced entry pack. It fits well enough, carries enough, and is simple enough to be useful to almost anyone that gets it. The fact that it's a mere two pockets makes it impossible to get confused where stuff is, but you need to have some method of organizing smaller items or they will be lost without unpacking the entire thing. The main pocket is pretty cavernous for a 35 liter pack and can swallow a surprising amount… Full review

Osprey Talon 44

rated 5 of 5 stars It is relatively light and versatile for a wide range of activities. The harness system is comfy and durable. Perfect for ultralight backpacking trips. Fit:  This is the pack that we chose to do a 12 day JMT hike. We decided on this because of weight and most importantly fit. The harness system makes it easy to mold to your body and the hip belt was perfect for the load (36 lbs).   Comfort: With the fit comes comfort due to its multiple adjustment points. This pack must be tried on first because… Full review

Osprey Farpoint 40

rated 5 of 5 stars Capacious enough for the essentials and even a few luxuries for extended travel, so long as one is willing to wash clothes every few days, and bring along only what is necessary. It is sturdily constructed, opens all the way for easy packing and finding things, and with Osprey's famous warranty, I have no worries about it lasting into the future. Only complaint...the outside water bottle pockets are under the lower compression strap, making it difficult to use them for their intended purpose. On… Full review

Osprey Talon 44

rated 5 of 5 stars Durable as everything. I love this bag so much. It has gone through a lot and I've never had a problem. I use it for 3 to 4 day backpacking trips and love it. I've used this thing on several trips and I love it. I usually bring it on trips 3 to 4 days long. I have stuffed it full of gear and it has never ripped or shown any type of wear. One feature I love about this bag is that it has a water pouch built into the bag for a Camelbak. Also this pouch has straps everywhere and is incredibly adjustable. Full review

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