Rucksacks 35-85 Litres

Rucksacks, Backpacks, Hiking Rucksack you name it! These 35 to 85 litres bags are ideal for UK hill walking, group expeditions and solo hiking. Discover the perfect rucksack for your extended adventures.

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  • Womens Deva 60
    NOW £127.50 RRP £255.00 | Save £127.50 (50%)
  • Stout 65
    NOW £77.50 RRP £155.00 | Save £77.50 (50%)
  • Womens Amber 60
    NOW £77.50 RRP £155.00 | Save £77.50 (50%)
  • F10 Alplite 45 Technical Pack
  • Womens Amber 44
    NOW £67.50 RRP £135.00 | Save £67.50 (50%)
  • Contour 60:70 Rucksack
    NOW £67.20 RRP £80.00 | Save £12.80 (16%)
  • Contour 60:70 Rucksack
    NOW £67.20 RRP £80.00 | Save £12.80 (16%)
  • Contour 60:70 Rucksack
    NOW £67.20 RRP £80.00 | Save £12.80 (16%)
  • Contour 60:70 Rucksack
    NOW £67.20 RRP £80.00 | Save £12.80 (16%)
  • F10 Alplite 35 Technical Pack

A great size pack to have is anything in this middle range as you will avoid some baggage fees and still travel light even though the pack size is a little bigger. A medium sized rucksack (between 35 and 55 litres) is designed for carrying heavier or more gear and can be used for multi-day hikes or activities. These packs come with additional pockets, fastenings and features for all the extra equipment or gear you wish to cram in for a longer length trip. These sized packs are great for an overnighter as you can pack in clothing, food & water and at the larger end will even fit in a tent and sleeping bag in if you’re considering a wild or planned camp!

Having a large pack means you can take all of the essentials and those home comforts along too. Whether backpacking around the world, taking an expedition trip across the mountains, rock climbing for a week or taking a paddle trip down the river a large rucksack is designed to hold a substantial amount of kit and will have plenty of pockets for storing all your extra gadgets and gizmos. A 65L rucksack is ideal for trekking and always popular with individuals taking part in expedition award schemes like the Duke of Edinburgh’s or when on hiking trails 

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