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Luzon 18L Daypack

$39.95

  • Sunny Daze
  • Dad Bod
  • Purple People
  • Stones Throw
  • Mountain Top
  • Barney Breakfast
  • Crystal Geyser
  • Rocki
  • Adriana
  • Laity Yellow
  • Coral Reef
  • Daldy Brown
  • Ammo Can
  • Ol' Faithful
  • Cactus Flower
  • Glady Gray
Cotopaxi Tarak 20L Climbing Pack

Tarak 20L Climbing Pack

$89.95

  • Black/Blue
Taboche 55L BackpackTaboche 55L Backpack

Taboche 55L Backpack

$189.95

  • Red
  • Black
Cotopaxi - Nepal 65L Backpack

Nepal 65L Backpack

Sold Out - $229.95

  • Dark Shadow
Cotopaxi - Nepal 75L BackpackCotopaxi - Nepal 75L BackpackCotopaxi - Nepal 75L Backpack

Nepal 75L Backpack

$269.95

  • Grey
  • Yellow
Cotopaxi - Inca 16L BackpackCotopaxi - Inca 16L Backpack

Inca 16L Backpack

$89.95

  • Classic Blue
  • Dark Shadow
Cotopaxi - Inca 26L BackpackCotopaxi - Inca 26L Backpack

Inca 26L Backpack

$109.95

  • Dark Shadow
  • Classic Blue
Cotopaxi Uyuni 46L Duffel

Uyuni 46L Duffel

$79.95

  • Grey
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Roca Duffel

On Sale from $79.95

  • Black/Blue
  • Blue/Green
  • Black
Kids' Luzon 15L DaypackKids' Luzon 15L DaypackKids' Luzon 15L DaypackKids' Luzon 15L DaypackKids' Luzon 15L DaypackKids' Luzon 15L Daypack

Kids' Luzon 15L Daypack

$19.95

  • Chimeneya Blue
  • Kahel
  • Berde
  • Marshmellow
  • Grainy Green
  • Bughaw

CHOOSING A BACKPACK

How to find your perfect pack

  • Activity

    What will you be using your backpack for? Hiking, backpacking, travel, work, and school are some of the more common pack categories, but keep in mind that many backpacks out there do a little of each, and some of them do a little more. Narrow down what you’ll be doing with your pack, and go from there.

  • Capacity

    Backpacks are commonly listed in cubic inches and liters. For daypacks, anything between 10 and 30 liters is a good rule of thumb. Look for climbing, travel, and hiking packs with 15- to 50-liter capacities. For one or two nights in the backcountry, 50 liters is usually the sweet spot, and for epic trips lasting longer than three days, something with 50+ liters is recommended.

  • Features

    A backpack’s key features help determine what it’s best suited for. Capacity, compartments, lash points, straps, zippers, etc. all play a role in how it functions. Look for zippered compartments and laptop sleeves for school and work packs; consider more space, a comfortable harness, and hydration sleeves for backpacking. A combination of these features is ideal for added versatility.

  • Materials

    Spend some time researching the materials and processes that go into various backpacks. A pack’s design, features, and materials are the key elements that dictate how user-friendly it will be and whether it’ll hold up to the bumps and bruises of daily use. Look for ripstop nylon and high-denier canvas fabrics, reinforced stitching, and compartments for all your gear.

  • Fit

    A backpack that fits your body ensures the load remains supported, balanced, and comfortable as you move. For daypacks, contoured shoulder straps and a simple sternum strap usually do the trick, and for backpacking packs, use our backpack fit calculator to find the pack that’s just right for you.