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High Sierra Classic Series 59501 Appalachian 75 Internal Frame Pack
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If you're looking for a pack that won't hold you back, but don't want to leave those creature comforts behind, the Appalachian 75 delivers. With a whopping 75 liters of main-compartment storage space, tons of smart extras, and weighing in at just 5.8 pounds, the Appalachian 75 ensures you'll have space to spare whether you're spending a week in the woods or a day on the peaks. It features a drop bottom sleeping bag compartment with divider. ERGO-FIT shoulder harness, with adjustable load-lifters, is constructed with VAPEL™ mesh AIRFLOW™ and high-density foam padding. Dual, contoured aluminum frame bars can be adjusted to fit the shape of your back. Internal hydration reservoir sleeve and dual exit ports for tube (reservoir not included). Other features include removable media pocket, soft lashing hardware holds ice ax/hiking poles, webbing daisy chain on both sides, mesh pockets hold 100ml water bottles. 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).
- Shipping Weight: 5.2 pounds
- ASIN: B00N4906WQ
High Sierra Classic Series 75 liter backpack
100 people found this helpful.
Let me start off by saying that I would definitely recommend this backpack. I love the fact that it is top loading and front loading. I also like the removable day pack that doubles as the lid or top of the pack, and the sleeping bag compartment that can be zippered off on the inside of the bag to create a completely separate section. I also like that the bag comes with its own rain cover which is conveniently stored at the very bottom of the bag under the sleeping bag section. The bottom of the bag has an opening that allows you to access the rain cover by simply opening the Velcro and pulling the rain cover out. You will have to remove anything that you strap to the bottom of the bag by the two latching compression straps in order to access the rain cover opening. Having the rain cover at the bottom of the bag also provides cushion should you choose to use the sleeping bag area for other items.
Good entry level pack
3 people found this helpful.
I took this for my first trip last weekend to the Crosstimbers Trail on Lake Texoma. I haven’t backpacked as a civilian since 1988… lots of ruckmarches in the military but nothing recreational. This pack is incredibly comfortable. The stabilization system it has doesn’t allow for any load shifting. I almost lost my balance a few times and if it had shifted I probably would have fallen. The terrain was alot of up and down hiking. After hiking 11 miles with about 35 pounds in this pack my shoulders, back, and hips didn’t hurt at all. There’s lots of lash points and storage area in this pack. I probably won’t fill it up to capacity this year on our shorter hikes but; hopefully I’ll get to hike some longer trails once I’m in shape. We are hiking the Ouachita trail for a 3 day trip in March. I will update my review then after this longer hike. BTW, my friend I hike with bought one of these as well after seeing mine. He really liked it too. All in all this is a great pack for a good price. I agree with a few of the other reviews about the belt strap but; I’m a little more round than I used to be so… that’s probably more due to my dunlap than a problem with the belt.
5 people found this helpful.
I did a rain-filled week long trek on the West Coast Trail, and this pack definitely held up. My four favorite features were the multitude of compartments (so I could organize my many items), the adjustable shoulder straps, the easy-access camera/knife pocket on the shoulder straps and the pack cover which is stored on the underside of the pack (very easy to access and put away. Saved lots of time for short rain falls). I definitely recommend this pack.
I really like this pack.
7 people found this helpful.
I really like this pack. this is my first year into backpacking,and the High Sierra Appalachian 75 is my first backpack with any size going for it. It stores all of my gear,enough for my weekend hikes. I’m 6ft 0in tall,and overweight. The waist belt fits me just fine,the cinching straps work well for me. I’ve read other reviews that complain of this feature, I’ve not had a problem so far. The zippers seem to be stiff and hard to use, but it appears to be from the fact that their heavy duty and will ease with time and repeated use. I would definitely recommend this pack to anyone that’s in the market for a large roomy pack.