High Peak Everest
By S. Dee Davis
With this pack, you’ll be able to stay out long enough that they’ll send search and rescue teams after you. When the teams get there, you’ll see that they use the same pack. Loaded with features and sleekly designed, the High Peak Everest has a detachable hipbelt and lid, the latter of which can be used as a fanny pack. It also has a notch in the construction right at the head area, almost like a miniature pillow while you’re hiking. One of our real favorites; we’d take this pack anywhere. This pack is available for $130 to $150.
Key specifications (for large-sized backpack, comes also in small and medium):
- Capacity: 6,500 cubic inches
- Weight: 5 pounds 5 ounces
- Exterior pockets: 5+ main
- Access points: Top/front/bottom
- Perfect for a trip to: The San Juan mountains in southern Colorado.
|As an avid golfer and tennis player for most of his life, he enjoys researching the latest in golf and tennis technology as well as analyzing his own game. He has been a writer and reviewer for a dozen years… See more about S. Dee Davis|