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Hiking Backpacks

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Learn More About Hiking Backpacks

Product Selection

Function is key with hiking backpacks and Field & Stream has the latest options on the market for you. Technology has made hiking packs more lightweight and durable than ever before, which means a more enjoyable hike. Whether you're braving the Pacific Coast Trail or introducing a young loved one to the great outdoors, these packs are designed to hold everything you need when you're on the go. These packs wipe clean and can be machine washed and dried for easy care. Many of these packs even fold flat and can be stored in a larger bag or suitcase if traveling.

Need more luggage and storage options for your hike? Check out the full selection of backpacks and luggage at Field & Stream.

Buying Considerations

Outdoor backpacks have come a long way. Gone are the days of ultra heavy-sacks that make it difficult to pack your essentials. Today, function rules, and that means packs designed with the modern hiker's needs in mind. Compartments, zippers and security make these packs the best on the market. Shop well-known brands like The North Face®, High Sierra®, Mountainsmith® and Field & Stream's own house brand of packs that give big brands a run for their money. We're talking high- performance gear that will never let you down on the trail. Seasoned hikers and newbies alike need plenty of room for their gear and should pack wisely for a hike of any size. These packs allow you to do that in style.

The best way to pack outdoor backpacks or frame backpacks is to start with the heaviest items at the bottom of the pack. This may include additional shoes, a sleeping mat or travel yoga mat and a blanket. Even with a frame backpack, which evenly distributes weight for a more comfortable hike, the heaviest items should be packed first. Life on the trail may mean limited light or a need for quick access. For these reasons, make sure you have easy access to items like a knife, toothbrush, hand wipes or sanitizer and a rag. These items can go in smaller zipped compartments at the top or top sides of the bag.

Eager to see other innovative camping essentials? Check out the full selection of camping equipment at Field & Stream.