When backpacking, camping, or hiking, you don’t always need a backpack you can fit your vehicle in. Sometimes, especially if you’re a productive and effective packer, you can bring everything you need and not worry about packing all the extras and the kitchen sink. I know, all the women are thinking ‘But, what if I need my heels, and then there happens to be a swanky, little restaurant there, and I’ve just got to look cute.’ Well, I’m sure you already do, and all the gents I know can make do with a pair of tube socks, their toothbrush, and a pocket knife. Unless you’re planning on getting lost, then normally you won’t need anything bigger than a 40L pack. Even students, from elementary to college, can make use of a 40L.
40L Backpack Comparison
There are tons of backpacks on the market, and their price ranges vary as much as their designs do. With all the products available, a question that is commonly asked is “Which backpack is THE RIGHT backpack.” We sympathize with you. Here are the 3 packs we discuss and comparisons of each one. Hopefully, this will make finding the pack you need a more manageable affair.
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- Osprey Farpoint 40 Backpack – Made from Nylon. Hip-belt, back panel, and harness that has a stowaway capability. Has 1 interior slip pocket, 1 interior zip pocket, 1 exterior pocket, and 6 ID windows. Has a padded shoulder strap and is carry-on compatible. Dimensions = 22″ H x 14″ W x 9″ D.
- G4Free Military Backpack – Made from 600D Nylon. Adjustable and removable chest belt, and hip-belt. 2 front pockets, 3 spacious compartments with smaller inner pouches, a large main compartment with zip around closure. Dimensions = 17.72″ H x 10.24″ W x 11.81″ D.
- Osprey Tempest 40 Backpack – 70D x 100D nylon mini shadow check, 210D nylon dobby. AirScape back panel, Talon BioStretch shoulder straps, and a waist belt. Main zippered, top-loaded pocket and smaller, zippered, bottom pouch. Dimensions = 26 ” H x 15″ W x 5″ D.