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High Sierra Tech Series 59405 Titan 65 Internal Frame Pack
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- 65 liter top load main compartment with gusseted drawstring closure and adjustable top lid
- Internal hydration reservoir sleeve and dual exit ports for tube (reservoir not included)
- Front load sleeping bag compartment with divider
- S-Shaped ERGO-FIT shoulder strap harness with load lifters to fit regular size torso
- 32x14.25x8.75 inches (81.3x36.2x22 cm) 3966 cubic inches 65 liters
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|Fit to Size Description|
|Item Dimensions||8.75 x 14.25 x 32 inches|
|Item Weight||5.5 pounds|
|Liquid Volume||33.8 Fluid Ounces|
|Number Of Pockets||5|
|Shipping Weight||4.8 pounds|
|Special Size Type||60 to 69 liters|
|Style Name||Titan 65 Frame Pack|
At home in the backcountry and travel friendly, the pack boasts a generous 65-liter, top-load main compartment with a gusseted drawstring closure and adjustable top lid as well as a front load sleeping bag compartment with divider. A hinged front pocket with mesh side gussets can hold ropes or other gear and an internal hydration reservoir sleeve with dual exit ports for the tube keep the water flowing. In addition the pack is equipped with soft lashing hardware that holds an ice ax/hiking poles, dual mesh pockets that hold 1000-milliliter water bottles, convenient zippered pockets on the padded waist belt ideal for quick-reach items, a removable media pocket attached to the backpack strap, and a convenient webbing daisy chain on the front. Padded grab handles adorn both sides of the pack and adjustable side and bottom compression straps and an adjustable sternum strap stabilizes the load. Finally, the pack's tuck-away rain cover, stored in a bottom pocket keeps your gear dry when the sky opens up and also protects the pack when checked for air travel. Backed by a lifetime warranty against manufacturers defects.
- 65-liter, top-load main compartment with gusseted drawstring closure and adjustable top lid
- Internal hydration reservoir sleeve and dual exit ports for the tube (reservoir not included)
- Hinged front pocket, with mesh side gussets
- Removable media pocket attached to the backpack strap
- Lightweight nylon fabric sports convenient webbing daisy chain on the front
- Padded grab handles on both sides
- Adjustable side and bottom compression straps
- Soft lashing hardware holds ice ax/hiking poles
- Dual mesh pockets hold 1000-milliliter water bottles
- Convenient zippered pockets on padded waist belt
- Tuck-away rain cover stored in a bottom pocket
- S-shaped Ergo-Fit shoulder strap harness with load-lifters adjust to fit trimmer torso
- High-density foam padded back panel, with large Airflow channels
- Uniquely contoured internal frame structure
- Adjustable sternum strap stabilizes pack
- Dimensions: 32 x 14.25 x 8.75 inches (81.3 x 36.2 x 22 centimeters)
- Capacity: 65 liters/3966 cubic inches
About High Sierra Sport Company:
For over 25 years, High Sierra Sport Company has strived to provide the bags you need at a price you can afford. Specializing in adventure travel, High Sierra's dedication to function, design, and quality shines in each product. From athletes and outdoor enthusiasts, to students, travelers, and professionals, High Sierra's versatile, innovative products are sure to fit your needs. High Sierra Sport Company is the official supplier of bags to the U.S. Ski and Snowboarding teams, and its memberships include the Outdoor Industry Association and Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association (SGMA).
Top Customer Reviews
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I used this pack again over the past Christmas. Hiked six miles up to Rocky Top, TN and spent the night. Eight miles out the next day, in pure rain. Loved it. Still no regrets. The rain fly, which I had never had to use, was easy to take advantage of and it covered ALL my gear even though the pack was STUFFED and had more gear hanging off the outside. Good quality construction and would absolutely purchase again!
So I reluctantly returned it and ordered this pack instead (the Titan line was a brand new design when I ordered it).
Bottom line is I love this pack! It is 10L smaller in volume than the AT, so careful packing is important. But aside from that, there is nothing not to love. Like all the High Sierra AT and Sentinal backpacks, it has a built-in rain cover carefully tucked at the bottom. There is ample storage space, lots of pockets big and small, and some very clever access venues. There is the traditional top-down draw-string approach, but also a bottom zipper above the sleeping bag compartment so as to get to things you may have accidentally left at the bottom of the pack without having to take everything out.
Furthermore, there is a side zipper for another way of accessing your main storage compartment, and a nice side handle for easy carrying when at camp. The pack has held up well on a couple of weekend outings. I will be taking it to Philmont Scout Ranch in NM for a 10-day, 65 mile hike. I look forward to it!
For the price this is a fabulous pack, and I look forward to putting it to many miles and nights of use!
JUNE 2012 UPDATE: I just got back from the Philmont Scout Ranch in northern New Mexico. I took this pack on a 10-day 69-mile hike up and down mountains, valleys, etc. It worked just as I had hoped. The five-star review remains valid, and I am happy to report that this pack is durable, sturdy, end endlessly customizable.Read more ›
It is very comfortable to wear all day and the plentiful straps keep everything secure. The hip belt pockets are oversized compared to many other popular brand bags, which is amazing because it means i can fit whatever i need or want in there.
The only negative thing i have to say about this bag, and to me its an important one, is that the seams and stitching do not seem to be as sturdy as other brands like REI or Dueter. Some of the stitching seems to have already started to stretch near the handles and the bottom of the shoulder straps that connect to the bag. With the way that I travel, I don't see it lasting a year. For a bag that is 1/3 the cost of its competitors, you have to expect that.
All in all, it is a extremely good bag for someone just getting into backpacking that doesn't want to invest a large amount of money into a new hobby, or for someone who is the occasional adventurer, but for someone who will be depending on this bag, living out of it on extended world travels, I would look elsewhere.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great backpack. Good quality and much cheaper than the more expensive brands. I'm pleased with what I got.Published 2 months ago by Brian Atwood
Great pack lots of space and compartments. I like the inbuilt rain cover. The phone pouch does not work for just about any phone. Read morePublished 2 months ago by John S. Linton
Bought two of these back packs and they are awesome! lots of storage and they have a rain cover which worked great for us when we were rained on in the Grand Canyon over the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mike Hatcher
This is an awesome pack. Lot's of room, very durable and the rain cover is very nice too. Only problem I had was I couldn't keep the strap across the chest to stay attached but... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dylan P.
Purchased this pack in April and have taken it out for two trips. First trip works like a charm. Second time I took it out the the sternum strap kept disconnecting from the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by richard c ignacio
It's a good backpack for a good price. Maybe it is not the appropiate for extreme outdoor lovers.Published 3 months ago by Yesid Guerra
Good size pack for trekking. However, the rain cover was not 100% water resistant.Published 5 months ago by Al
Great backpack, just what I was looking for. Seems durable, has plenty of pockets, is quite large--perfect for a weekend camping trip or for travelling and the price was right. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jen Podvin