Overnight packs (35 - 55l)
How to choose an overnight pack
Designed to fit all your essential gear for an overnight stay under the stars, overnight packs are typically smaller, more compact and a lightweight option if you're looking for something a bit smaller than a multi-day hiking pack (which are typically meant for days of hiking and camping in the backcountry).
Since you’re staying overnight, it’s important to consider a few features before picking your next hiking companion:
Capacity: With the lower end at 35L and the higher end at 55L (and lots of options in-between), the capacity you choose is dependent on how much gear you’re bringing and how many nights you’re hiking and camping for.
Fitting your pack: Comfort and stability are key when fitting your pack; while you can follow fitting guides at home, you may opt for a professional to fit your pack. It should fit snugly without any rubbing or discomfort.
Hydration compatibility: When you’re keeping pace with friends to get to your campsite you don’t always want to stop for a drink, so picking a pack that’s compatible with hydration bladders is key to staying hydrated on the go.