Daypacks (under 2,000 cu in)


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

Recent Daypack (under 2,000 cu in) Reviews

Matador Freerain24

rated 5 of 5 stars Needed a durable, lightweight, and small packed daypack for peak bagging. The Matador FreeRain24 ended up being perfect! Needed a daypack to use on a recent backpacking trip. Was going to do some day hikes and summit attempts from basecamps so needed a small pack that wouldn't take up much space or add too much weight to my 65l backpack.  At 5 oz and about the size of an apple when packed down, this appeared to be perfect. Took it out for a summit attempt, loaded it up for an 8-hour trek and headed… Full review

Deuter Fox 30

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Quality is fine, but didn't meet the specs for torso sizes. I bought this online to introduce my 7- (almost 8-) year-old grandson Nyca to backpacking. I'd searched extensively online and felt this would be right. WRONG! Upon receiving it I adjusted it to the smallest torso setting and loaded it with a bit less than 10 lbs. for a test walkabout with me. In the short mile it kept flopping around no matter what adjustments were made. Returning home I got out the tape measure and to my surprise, the… Full review

Matador Daylite16

rated 5 of 5 stars Overall, I would highly recommend the Matador DL16 backpack to anyone. Not only is this a quality piece of gear for the avid camper and hiker, it has a multitude of other uses; from carrying around school books and laptops on campus, to holding souvenirs and passports while exploring a new country. This backpack is truly a great investment and is something that I look forward to using on a variety of future adventures. As a member of another website, I was given this product in exchange for a review. Full review

Renogy Solar Backpack

rated 3 of 5 stars As a backpack it is great, and the solar panels are an added bonus. Overall I'm very happy with the backpack and will definitely make use of it, though if I were to need a solar charging kit, I'd probably buy it separately from the backpack itself. I don't see the practicality of hiking with the solar panel charging…the pack would only be a daypack, but if you only need a daypack, your phone should be fine for just a day. You'd get better performance from a stationary panel, which is how I used… Full review

Gregory Sucia 28

rated 5 of 5 stars We got the Gregory Grandeur Series Sucia 28 with the hopes that it would do double duty as both a camping/weekend pack as well as a school bag my 11-year-old son can take to class and soccer practice. We especially needed a padded area for laptop/iPad as well as enough room for books, notebooks, pencils etc., but also wanted it to hold up for more than a few months. So far it's been the perfect combination of a school/work bag as well as one that holds up for weekend camping. After putting the pack… Full review

Gregory Miwok 18

rated 5 of 5 stars Very lightweight, but with enough room to carry everything you'd need for a day trip. Plenty of compression straps, pockets, and space to expand to pack more if needed, but also small enough that it's super easy to carry. My wife won one of these packs in a camping contest, so I stole it from her to try out on our recent Yosemite/California camping trip. The pack is a very lightweight pack (one of its best features) with lumbar and waist cross support straps, a nifty suspension system that kept… Full review

Renogy Solar Backpack

rated 4 of 5 stars Urban jungle ready backpack for college or job site. Plenty of room and solar recharging of your gadgets. I received this innovative backpack to review while I went camping/backpacking. Out of the box it is a nice subdued gray/black. There are a lot of pockets including one on the side. There is plenty of room for your laptop, paperwork and afternoon snack. It has zippered side pockets for beverages and a zippered pocket behind the back pad at the bottom. One of the cool parts of this bag is the… Full review

Osprey Manta AG 36

rated 5 of 5 stars A very comfortable, well thought out hydration daypack that’s very comfortable with any amount of weight you can reasonably fit in it. It’s suitable for four-season use, and can carry 8" wide snowshoes under the compression straps as well. The Anti-Gravity suspension really does take the weight off your back. I bought my Osprey Manta AG 36 a little over a year ago and have used it on almost every hike I’ve been on since then. This thing is amazing, to put it simply. I’ve had a max of about… Full review

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

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