Pinnacle 65L Hiking Backpack
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MSRP: $119.99
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The lightweight design of the Pinnacle hiking backpack is perfect for any nature lover. The built-in cover ensures that your outdoor adventure will go on - rain or shine.

Features:

  • Large main compartment with hydration sleeve and reservoir clip (reservoir not included)
  • Adjustable backpack strap and hip belt system for custom fit
  • Air flow-vent back system
  • Dual stretch woven side pockets
  • Rain cover included

Specs:

Size: 26" x 13" x 9.5"
Weight: 7.00 Lbs.
Material: REPREVE material
SKU: BG-3988-65L

Customer Ratings & Reviews

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4.7
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5 (2)
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4.7
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3 Total Reviews
Great affordable find
5 out of 5
Zac
Location: Colorado
Date: December 15, 2017
perfect for 3-5 day hikes. When purchasing I was debating between this one and an Osprey I saw at REI and I'm honestly really happy I went with this one. I saved $100 and it did what it was meant to do. I'd recommend for someone looking for a hiking pack that doesn't want to spend $150 or more for a bag.
Recommended
First pack for backpacking trip
5 out of 5
RC
Location: California
Date: December 8, 2017
One of the good pack I've had, lots of extra pocket just for anything. Went backpacking to Sierras with this backpack and it handled pretty well, the adjustable straps fits whatever kind of body form you have from smallest to biggest. Best of all it is indeed lifetime warranty great customer service! They really stand behind their product...
Recommended
Love my pack!
4 out of 5
T
Location: CA
Date: June 4, 2017
I love my Pinnacle backpack. I've had it for over 2 years and it's been on several backpacking trips with me. In general, I think its a great pack, but I'm not sure I'd recommend it for longer trips or thru hikes. First, the pockets are a bit inaccessible. There are no pockets on the waist straps, so you can't access a phone or snacks unless you take the pack off. Additionally, part of the front pocket's zipper is covered by the top pocket/flap, so you have to unbuckle a few straps to reach the front pocket. The front pocket is also very shallow, so with a full pack, the contents all fall out every time I unzip it. Last, the straps rub on the plastic loops and the material squeaks, so its a noisy hike! Overall, it has held up really well and shows minimal wear and tear.
Recommended
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