A versatile, midsized outdoor generalist with enough volume for multiple days out.
Leave civilization behind without leaving your gear with the featherweight High Sierra Col 35 Backpacking Backpack. Weighing in at just three pounds and sporting a top-loading, 35-liter main compartment, you can pack in plenty. And its loaded with advanced features like a hydration-ready design, lashing hardware for ice axes and hiking poles, multiple compression straps to secure even more gear, a strap-mounted media pocket and plenty more.
Equally at home on the trails or far off the beaten path, the High Sierra Summit 45 Backpacking Backpack holds a lot but never holds you back. Lightweight and sporting a roomy 45-liter top-load main compartment, this feature-rich pack includes a host of extra like multiple compression straps, a hydration-ready design, soft lashing hardware and lots of handy pockets.
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.
When you need more room than what you can typically stash in your pockets, the Gregory Kalmia 28 Backpacking Backpack by Gregory is perfect for hauling your stuff to your secret spot. The packs flexible, molded 3D foam backpanel makes carrying poky things a dream, and its offset zipper allows for a wide panel opening to main compartment so you can get them in there. For keeping organized the Kalmia 28 features and interior mesh organizer, second padded compartment with pockets insulated hydration reservoir or can fit most laptops, top stash pocket with key clip, crossover front compression straps, adjustable ice axe/trekking pole loops, and waistbelt with elastic loop to tuck away when not in use.