Seek out true adventure with all your essentials packed in the High Sierra® Titan 55 Tech Series internal frame hiking pack. A top-loading 55 L main compartment efficiently stores everything you need on the trails, while the front-loading sleeping bag compartment with divider keeps your bedding secure and protected.
Model Number: 59404
Materials: Nylon mini-diamond ripstop and Duralite® nylon, 840D nylon bottom
55 L main compartment with gusseted drawstring, adjustable top lid
Front-load sleeping bag compartment with divider
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 and uniquely contoured internal frame structure helps keep your back cool and dry
Hinged front pocket with mesh side gussets holds ropes or other gear
Convenient webbing daisy chain on the front
Padded grab handles on both sides
Internal hydration reservoir sleeve and dual exit ports for tube (reservoir not included)
Removable media pocket on backpack strap
Adjustable side and bottom compression straps
Soft lashing hardware holds ice ax/hiking poles
Dual mesh pockets hold 1000 ml bottles
Convenient zippered pockets on padded waist belt are ideal for quick-reach items
Tuck-away rain cover, stored in a bottom pocket, also protects the pack when checked for air travel
Comments about High Sierra Titan 55 Tech Series Internal Frame Pack:
I got this pack for a trip to Europe, and overall I would say I am pleased. It was a good value for the type of pack it represents. The storage is roomy and versatile for the things needed on a traveling trip. The balance is outstanding, and comfort level was very good even without all of the straps fully engaged.
A couple things were disappointing, though. First, some of the zippers are not the best. The one on the backside compartment only partially opens as it jams in the same spot. The bottom compartment has a fringe around the zipper area that catches in the zipper at times when opening/closing.
Another aspect that was a little odd is the open compartment behind the zippered pouch that can be seen in the pic. That zippered pouch is not connected at the top and leans out, revealing the open-top compartment. It's not very useful for traveling, per se, and is probably more convenient for quick access on hikes. Being open, however, anything placed in it is susceptible to falling out. Luckily, the straps can be made to pull the pouch in and keep it in place, which was better for my use.
Overall, a good pack worth the money when compared to others in the same price range and even higher.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend