High Sierra Titan 65 Framepacks

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High Sierra Titan 65 Framepacks
Price: $64.99
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You guys are selling this at only $5 less than the clearance price that High Sierra is offering from their own website.


ummm, that clearance via High Seirra’s site is a - 45 -…this is a 65

so its a decent price :wink:

and this model here is the same one being sold on woot, just a newer model (the woot model is an older design).


Your Amazon link is pointing to a 55L pack.

This is an older of this pack on Amazon:

Can anyone let me know if this would be a good fit for a woman?? I’m 5’4" and around 105 pounds. Thanks!!

I just purchased the 45L model on WOOT about a month ago. Doing the math this 65L is almost 1/3 larger capacity?

The specs page says Torso Fit 14" - 20" (regular). I don’t know what the 14-20 inches means, but one of the previously linked Amazon products is for “trim fit”. Here is one of the reviews for that smaller sized pack:

*I just received this bag and I love everything about it. However I have a problem. I had no idea this bag was TRIM size… I am 5’11" @ 220 lbs and this bag does not fit me. Please let me know what you can do to make it right. *

So, maybe the reverse is true for you: this pack may be too big, and you may want to keep your eye out for a trim-fit sized pack.

If you decide not to go with this pack, it’s a good idea to go into a sporting goods store and try some on. Packs are almost like shoes - you want one with a really good fit, otherwise your journey is going to suck!

I’d go with the 45L if I were you. You could use this pack but full of gear your back may not be happy with you.

Ignore this post - I screwed up:

Just in case you had your heart set on the blue, this site has 20% off and free shipping:

Oh wait, the discount has already been applied - so it’s quite a bit more money. Sorry.

You really have to measure torso length to get any idea of fit. Your height is only partially an indicator.

It’s the length of your torso, measuresd from the bump on the back of your neck (C7 vertebra) to the iliac crest at the top of your hip bones.

If your back isn’t happy, then your not wearing the pack correctly; the weight should be carried by your hips, not your back.

If someone is doing weekend backpacking, a 45 liter is fine. If you’re hiking a week or longer, you may not have room for everything (especially if you are in bear country and have to fit a bear canister in your pack).

My son has a 40L pack (the external frame badger that Woot sold last year) and he’ll probably use that one for everything he does until he tries to section hike the AT or do philmont or something similar.

Could this be collapsed enough to use as a carry-on suitcase (which is 22")? My guess is no, but I figured it would be best to ask.

65L - Bought 9 months ago in preperation for a week on Isle Royale. I won’t be using the bag again. The main issue was the compressions straps would not withstand the neccesary pressure in order for the pack to fit correctly. The two straps that secure the top compartment were the worst. Would pop at the slightest bit of tension. The belt strap also had issues when the appropriate amount of tension was used. On the last 2 days I had to secure my belt strap with a section of rope.
Everything else was good. Straps were very comfortable.