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


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$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$300 - $399.99
$400 - $499.99
$500 and above

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

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

Granite Gear Vapor Day

rated 5 of 5 stars Medium size and full featured day hiking pack, large enough for winter excursions, lightweight enough for any walk. Super comfortable padded frame and hip-belt. I use this stylish little guy for every day-hike I go on, from training hikes around a local lake to winter traverses of the Black Mountain Crest Trail. It is technical enough for scrambling through Tallulah Gorge, has enough room for water filtration and crampons, but is light enough and comfortable enough that it just disappears off your… Full review

Gregory Savant 48 Pack

rated 4 of 5 stars The Gregory Savant 48 is a great overnight/weekend pack that is lightweight and durable with a simple look. It includes a rain cover, and has some great pockets to store your gear! I really like this pack. You may be asking, "If you really like this pack, why didn't you give it 5 stars?" Well...I'm not infatuated with it. In a way love can be defined as accepting someone despite of their shortcomings or flaws. That being said, I do think that there are some things about this pack that are not perfect,… Full review

Klymit Motion 35

rated 5 of 5 stars Klymit has hit a homerun with its 35-liter Motion pack! This lightweight day hike/overnighter pack is very easy to wear, tough, and comfortable! I have never had a backpack that I routinely forgot that I was wearing like I do this one. The keystone feature of this pack is the adjustable sheet frame. Klymit is cashing in with its air pad technology and innovative design in this remarkable, lightweight pack. FIT: The pack I tested is rated small/medium, and I would say it is true to size. I am a "medium… Full review

GoLite Jam 35L

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The GoLite Jam 35L is a great pack for day hikes, single-night trips, and ultralight backpacking. It is simple, lightweight, and comfortable. Definitely a great purchase. There are a few negatives to the product, but the positives outweigh them by a landslide. One of my favorite things about this backpack is that it has everything you need, and nothing you don't. The only issue I really have with it is the drawstring opening to the main pocket. This opening makes the pack be more like a tube, making… Full review

Osprey Talon 44

rated 3 of 5 stars This pack has some great features and is a great size for overnights and weekend backpacking. However, I did not find this pack to be very comfortable, especially with a heavier load. I bought this pack thinking it would make a great smaller pack when I'm not carrying enough to need my Deuter 60+ pack.  The bag seemed to have great stowing power for a 44 liter. It has a sleeping bag "compartment" with its own zipper, two deep side pockets, a stretchy front shove-it pocket, and big hip belt pockets… Full review

Osprey Kestrel 48

rated 4 of 5 stars Light pack that is one with your back and allows for great organization. Fit and Ride: This pack has a really great fit. It stays close to your back and rides with you like no other pack I know. This is why I have had these in several volumes for different purposes. The shoulder harness length is adjustable to fine tune your fit and it really adds to the comfort level in the end.  The only thing that is only just OK for me is the hip belt size. If I tighten it to the max, it is only just tight… Full review

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