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


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

Thule Stir 35L

rated 3.5 of 5 stars The Thule 35-liter Stir backpack carried everything I needed for a 100 mile, 10-day, hut-to-hut hike. Rides well if not overweighted. Pack adjusts easily for different height users. While I had a variety of backpacks to choose from, a recent hike of the Tour of Mont Blanc in France presented some new pack challenges. Since I would not be camping I was looking for just the right size pack to take on this trip. I decided that 35-liters would work well. Luckily my friends at Backbone Media were able… Full review

Granite Gear Leopard V.C. 46

rated 5 of 5 stars This bag is lightweight, customizable, and really great at fitting in everything you need without a sacrifice in quality. I use this bag mostly for two-night backpacking trips with roughly a 25-30lb load in the Northeast where there's lots of water around. I've used this bag a handful of times after buying it when looking for a smaller and lighter bag (Deuter Act Lite 65+10).  It is a lot smaller than my other pack so it took some playing around to get everything to fit, but otherwise carried everything… Full review

Hyperlite Mountain Gear 2400 Windrider

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Bombproof, rugged, good-looking, and carries weight like a champ. I'm a chick, I have a short torso, and I tend to complain a lot about my gear. But not much to complain about with this pack.   This pack is well designed and engineered. It carries like a dream and makes micro adjustments on the fly easy breezy. The design is simple, which i like. I hated all the bells, whistles, and generally over design of my old Osprey pack. The 2400 has plenty of room for a three-day trip even if I'm carrying… Full review

Black Diamond Element 45

rated 4 of 5 stars Straps and back panel fit well. I'm 5'9" and approx 145 lbs with what I would think would be an average-length torso, though there is a 47L available as a long-torso option. I can and have worn this bag fully loaded on long days without significant discomfort due to ride or heat buildup. Trailspace lists this as an overnight bag, but I've been using it for multi-day excursions into the backcountry, having traded down from general use of a 60L pack that I tended to overfill. For the visually minded,… Full review

Berghaus Expedition Light 40

rated 3.5 of 5 stars As I wrote in pros and cons, would be great pack if water resistant. At the back closed cell panel. As a pro, off course;-) Full review

Dana Design Shadow Peak

rated 5 of 5 stars Bought mine in 1995. It's been all over Alaska, the Philippines, N.Y., and all my other traveling in the last 20 plus years. It is always with me. Even if I have other stuff it's the first bag packed. There are a few rips and a broken clip, but 20+! years of constant use it has stood the test of time. The best pack I have ever had. It's been literally 10s of thousands of miles in airplanes, boats, cars, trucks, buses, and on foot through rivers over mountains, jungles, and cities—just about anything… Full review

Deuter Futura Pro 40 SL

rated 5 of 5 stars This is great backpack for overnight, but I also use it for day hiking too. It carries your gear comfortably and has lots of pockets and a rain cover. I would highly recommend this for anyone looking to invest in a hard wearing, great all-around backpack. I'm a 5'5" and 120 pounds woman and it fit like a glove. I started my Camino de Santiago with another backpack that was just awful. I replaced it early on in my two-month 575 mile hike across Spain with the Deuter Futura Pro 40. Wow, it was an… Full review

ZPacks Zero

rated 4 of 5 stars The Zpacks Zero is a frameless, ultralight, customizable pack made of Cuben Fiber. Consisting of only a pack body and shoulder straps, to begin with, Zpacks allows you to add features, that you deem necessary, to make the pack as full featured (or minimalist) as you’d like. My favourite options available are the back pocket, the sleeping pad straps, and the key pocket. If I were looking to omit some features I would leave off the webbing belt and not have the seams taped. I’ve made a video to… Full review

Osprey Talon 33

rated 5 of 5 stars This pack is incredibly convenient. I use it for many things besides overnights, including adventure racing and orienteering. Because it's lightweight and well-made, even if it is not full, it's not a burden. The fit on this bag is a little large, but I was larger when I bought it. It actually cinches down really well. All the straps are very comfortable and adjust at all the right spots. They also have a ton of venting on the straps and the back allowing air to flow just about everywhere. I would… Full review

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