The Stout 65 lets you carry big loads without feeling weighed down. The secret is the lightweight and adjustable TrailFlex suspension, which uses a sprung steel frame and a flexible HDPE frame sheet to comfortably support a multi-day trail trip or months-long world tour. For all its lightness, the Stout still has plenty of features. An integrated weather cover keeps everything you're carrying dry. Lots of pockets keep gear organized. And attachment points on the lid are designed for a flexible solar panel, so you can top up your electronics while you cover distance.
- Wishbone shaped sprung steel wire frame and flexible HDPE backpanel keep loads stable and lets the pack move with you.
- Adjustable shoulder harness lets you customize the pack to your torso length.
- Contoured hipbelt is padded with multi-density foam and adjusts up to 15cm for a custom fit.
- Access through top or bottom zippered sleeping bag compartment.
- Floating lid and spindrift collar let you add extra gear.
- Stretch mesh shove-it pocket on front keeps a shell jacket accessible and isolated from the dry main compartment.
- Twin side waterbottle pockets compress when not in use.
- 2 hipbelt pockets keep snacks or a camera at hand.
- Bottom compression straps hold sleeping pads, yoga mats, etc.
- Daisy chains on lid and front are ideal for holding a Goal Zero Solar Panel (available separately).
- Shockcord and loops hold your trekking poles or axes.
- Integrated rain cover stows inside an external zip pocket, which doubles as an accessory pocket.
- Maximum recommended cargo weight is 23kg.
|Main fabric||210-denier ripstop polyester|
|Secondary fabric||600-denier polyester|
The location of all access points into the main compartment of the pack.
Some pack lids can be adjusted to compensate for overloaded packs, or even removed, and some removeable lids have tuck-away hipbelts that allow youto use them as a waistpack.
|Ventilated back panel||Yes|
Adjustable shoulder harness
An adjustable harness lets you change the height of the shoulder straps to fit your specific back length.
The hipbelt and/or shoulder straps of the pack are designed to move, pivot or flex to follow your body’s movements. Each brand uses their own technology.
Size restrictions vary among airlines. Just to be sure, check with your carrier for their specific restrictions.