Go higher and farther with the High Sierra Explorer 55 Backpacking Backpack. Lightweight, rugged and roomy, it features a top-loading main compartment with 55 liters of storage space, top and bottom pack access, a bottom sleeping bag compartment, a hydration-ready design and plenty of accessories to hold gear like ice axes and hiking poles.
Whether you're heading out for a dawn-to-dusk hiking sojourn or packing your gear for a special weekend getaway, the Gregory Serrac 35 Backpacking Backpack has all the comfort and features to get you there. Its full side zipper access allows you to open up the entire bag from top to bottom or just a section duffle style, making it easy to access all your gear. Performance features include a large front gusseted pocket, full side and top compression, gear loop and zippered pocket on waistbelt, dual side mesh water bottle pockets, adjustable ice axe/trekking pole loops (that can be tucked away when not in use), side attachment points with option to carry your tools/poles through compression webbing or elastic cord, dual hydration ports and interior reservoir sleeve, and top lid with key clip and interior map pocket.
A versatile, midsized outdoor generalist with enough volume for multiple days out.
For day trips or long-term adventures, the High Sierra Sentinel 65 Backpacking Backpack delivers on gear space without adding on the weight. Just 4.8 pounds and boasting 65 liters of main-compartment storage space, the Sentinel 65 features top and bottom pack access, a bottom sleeping bag compartment, a hydration-ready design and plenty of accessories to hold gear like ice axes and hiking poles.
Tough and organized, the Gregory Tallac 18 Backpacking Backpack is ready for all your multi-sport adventures. This pack features an offset zipper that allows wide open panel access to the main compartment where an interior mesh organizer with key clip, second padded compartment with pockets, and insulated hydration reservoir / laptop sleeve lay wait. On the outside a hydration port and sleeve keep fluids tidy, while a tuck-away waistbelt sports a pocket for quick-grabbing essentials.