Outdoor Products Skyline Backpack

The Skyline pack offers comfort and functionality for weekend warriors, day hikers, racers and anyone who wants to move fast with a little weight.

Product Features

  • Internal frame pack with internal stays, large main compartment and vertical entry front pocket and side compression straps
  • Deluxe padded shoulder straps, adjustable padded waist belt and sternum strap
  • Two oversized side pockets hold water bottles, maps, rain gear etc.
  • Dual daisy chains to attach gear
  • Hydration compatible (Reservoir sold separately)


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    • Collin
    • 28th July 2014

    Really happy with this pack! I bought this pack a few years ago and I am honestly amazed it’s still alive. I’ve taken it on multi-day ultralight excursions through the back country wildernesses of Colorado. I’ve used it on construction sites for hauling tools, dirt, sand, rocks. I’ve taken it through the Red Wood National Forest, Through Glacier National Park, through Rocky Mountain National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and Countless Airlines, fishing trips, hiking trip, road-trips, and bike rides. All together it is a…

    • Y. Frenkel
    • 28th July 2014

    Awesome backpack for long day hikes and maybe more. This is great backpack for long day hikes. The suspension can handle 25 pounds with little trouble. The design is functional enough to be of use in the winter. You can strap on snow shoes. I think some people might be able to do summer overnight trips with this. For most part, in terms of design it blows away anything else I have seen from any major manufacturer. The only downside I can see is inconsistent stitching quality. However, it does have life time warranty so give it a try if…

    • mitsaru
    • 28th July 2014

    Best large/medium backpack I own I would like to start saying I own a lot of backpacks, a lot. This back pack has been with me for two years and I use it for one night camping trips and hikes where I take a lot of gear. Here in Colorado we get rain almost every afternoon in the mountains and this pack does well at keeping things dry. It is larger then a day pack but smaller then a full blown external frame backwoods bag. The waist strap has a very useful fanny pack type bag on it that easily fits your common digital cameras…

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