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High Sierra Titan 65

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Product Features

  • 65-liter, top-load main compartment with gusseted drawstring closure and adjustable top lid
  • Front-load sleeping bag compartment with divider
  • S-shaped ERGO-FIT shoulder strap harness with load-lifters adjust to fit regular sized torso
  • High-density foam padded back panel, with large AIRFLOW™ channels and uniquely contoured internal frame structure, helps keep your back cool and dry
  • Hinged front pocket, with mesh side gussets, can hold ropes or other gear.
  • Convenient webbing daisy chain on the front
  • Padded grab handles on both sides
  • Internal hydration reservoir sleeve and dual exit ports for tube (reservoir not included).
  • Removable media pocket is attached to the backpack strap
  • Adjustable side and bottom compression straps
  • Adjustable sternum strap stabilizes pack.
  • Soft lashing hardware holds ice ax/hiking poles
  • Dual mesh pockets hold 1000ml water bottles
  • Convenient zippered pockets on padded waist belt are ideal for quick- reach items
  • Tuck-away rain cover, stored in a bottom pocket, also protects the pack when checked for air travel.

Detailed Product Description

Hit the trails comfortably with your essentials neatly stowed in the High Sierra Titan 65. This lightweight, water and tear-resistant ballistic nylon adventure backpack features a 65-liter capacity, top-loading main compartment with a gusseted drawstring closure and an adjustable top lid; a divided, front-loading sleeping bag compartment; and an internal hydration reservoir sleeve with dual tube exit ports. Dual mesh pockets hold water bottles, and soft lashing hardware holds your ice axe or hiking poles. Daisy chain webbing allows you to attach extra equipment, and multiple exterior pockets provide organization for your small necessities. The High Sierra Titan 65 has an adjustable, s-shaped ERGO-FIT shoulder strap harness and a high-density foam-padded back panel with AIRFLOW channels for your carrying comfort.

Product Specifications

Dimensions:i
32" x 14.25" x 8.75"
Weight:i
5 lbs, 3 oz
Capacity:i
3966 cu. in.
Material:i
Nylon Mini Diamond Ripstop Duralite Nylon 840D Nylon (bottom)
Warranty:i
Limited Lifetime
Linear Inches:i
55"
SKU:i
59405
Catalog #:i
CT39-210783

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Ratings Summary
Overall

4.5

Based on 159 reviews

92% recommended
Appearance
4.7
Durability
4.1
Organization
4.6
Price/Value
4.6
Most Helpful Review
  • Posted: 7/7/2013
  • Reviewer: Arnold from Hawaii
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23 person(s) out of 23 found this review helpful.
"Great backpack! I'm 5ƍ", 160lbs w/a 34" waist. Pack weeight apx 37 lbs. I needed to get a new pack to go hiking through Haleakala. Pros: Pockets. Tons of pockets with easy accessibility. The pockets on the waist straps are really convenient for small stuff (camera, snacks.) The side pockets are fairly easy to reach when I loaded both with 500ml plastic bottles (with energy mixes). It could easily fit bottles twice the size, but taking them out would present a challenge. The single exterior pocket is nice and large and swallowed anything I wanted to put in it. The uncovered open pocket behind it was great to stuff anything I wanted real handy that didn't mind being exposed, like a windbreaker or poncho. The rain fly underneath wasn't needed, but it was nice to know it was there. I liked the fact the waist strap wasn't thick and bulky. It's been my experience the thinner ones have a better 'grip' and don't tend to slid off often. Which brings me to the Ergo-fit system. This option really helped with vertical adjustments. I started with with too small a set up, but in the end found my comfort zone. Being able to adjust on the fly is something I missed from my Coleman Peak. I filled the pack until it was overflowing (that's what happens when you buy fresh fruits and vegetables for the first night). Even then, the pack was balanced and didn't feel overweight or oversized. And the top cover still handled it well. Cons: While the Ergo-fit is great vertically, there are no horizontal adjustment options (again, like my old Coleman Peak). The chest compression strap is your only option and is probably the weakest point... and by that, I mean it actually slid off. Going forward, I had to be careful not to 'overtighten' and it didn't slide off again. The straps were a bit thinner than I was used to, but they worked just fine and the clips worked ok. Overall, it was enjoyable to wear and I would buy again."
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  • Posted: 7/7/2013
  • Reviewer: Arnold from Hawaii
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23 person(s) out of 23 found this review helpful.
"Great backpack! I'm 5ƍ", 160lbs w/a 34" waist. Pack weeight apx 37 lbs. I needed to get a new pack to go hiking through Haleakala. Pros: Pockets. Tons of pockets with easy accessibility. The pockets on the waist straps are really convenient for small stuff (camera, snacks.) The side pockets are fairly easy to reach when I loaded both with 500ml plastic bottles (with energy mixes). It could easily fit bottles twice the size, but taking them out would present a challenge. The single exterior pocket is nice and large and swallowed anything I wanted to put in it. The uncovered open pocket behind it was great to stuff anything I wanted real handy that didn't mind being exposed, like a windbreaker or poncho. The rain fly underneath wasn't needed, but it was nice to know it was there. I liked the fact the waist strap wasn't thick and bulky. It's been my experience the thinner ones have a better 'grip' and don't tend to slid off often. Which brings me to the Ergo-fit system. This option really helped with vertical adjustments. I started with with too small a set up, but in the end found my comfort zone. Being able to adjust on the fly is something I missed from my Coleman Peak. I filled the pack until it was overflowing (that's what happens when you buy fresh fruits and vegetables for the first night). Even then, the pack was balanced and didn't feel overweight or oversized. And the top cover still handled it well. Cons: While the Ergo-fit is great vertically, there are no horizontal adjustment options (again, like my old Coleman Peak). The chest compression strap is your only option and is probably the weakest point... and by that, I mean it actually slid off. Going forward, I had to be careful not to 'overtighten' and it didn't slide off again. The straps were a bit thinner than I was used to, but they worked just fine and the clips worked ok. Overall, it was enjoyable to wear and I would buy again."
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  • Posted: 9/18/2012
  • Reviewer: Anonymous Customer from Denver, CO
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16 person(s) out of 16 found this review helpful.
"The High Sierra Titan 65 is a very versatile and practical backpack. I recently used it for a week-long backpacking trip in the Grand Tetons. Even with 50 lbs load it is still comfortable as the well-dimensioned hip belt carries most of the weight. I had to play around to find the perfect torso length, which can be easily adjusted with the Velcro strap. For climbing the Middle Teton I compressed the backpack to a day-pack size. It's not the most lightweight pack, but I rather carry a pound or two more for having all those practical pockets, compartments and plenty of straps to attach items. You can save weight on other items. The only thing I'm missing is a second ice ax strap. The pack has one ice ax strap and on the other side two small loops for hiking poles. Overall, the pack is a great allrounder, sturdy, and great value for the price (100$)! I'm very happy with it!"
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  • Posted: 9/20/2011
  • Reviewer: Brett from Los Angeles, CA
 
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48 person(s) out of 51 found this review helpful.
"The straps that enable you to keep the pack adjusted close to your back blew out the first day of a seven day, six night outting. When I first inspected the pack I told my hiking buddies that if any strap has a weakness it was the one that busted. The pack still made it through the trip with no additional complications, and besides this misfortune I liked all the organization features, all were used. Kept my clothes dry in the rain, and the water bottle/food pouches on the side secures with confidence. Definately not for someone that likes to test the limits; great pack for a child or someone using this for a casual hike. I returned this pack with zero problems or questions from ebags. Thanks I will purchase from ebags in the future."
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  • Posted: 4/9/2011
  • Reviewer: Matthew from Overland Park, KS
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11 person(s) out of 11 found this review helpful.
"Purchased for my son who is a Boy Scout. He loves the look and ease to carry his gear. I love the fitting flexibility, organization, capacity, look and price. Overall, outstanding value compared to other packs I researched on the web and at retailer. We had purchased our son another High Sierra 65L pack. The belt was way too big for his waist and never did find out the waist belt sizing chart. Subsequently he never used this pack. Good thing, too. The "technical" feature of this design dialed up the amps on this pack. Waist belt is not as over engineered, has convenience pockets on the belt. Stays on the straps so they do not fly around and upgraded venting on the back to enhance ventilation. Lots of external fasten points/straps to keep things secure. Best of all, on my son's first campout using the pack, he said, "this is going to be handier than I thought. Thanks, dad for the backpack!" Music to my ears. Now, if only High Sierra will come out this the technical series for the Long Trail. Buy this pack with confidence."
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  • Posted: 11/8/2012
  • Reviewer: Scott from Blue Springs, Mo
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9 person(s) out of 9 found this review helpful.
"After watching this pack for several weeks, it went on sale at a price I could not pass up! The pack holds piece of gear I normally use and then some! have had it out a couple of times to size it up for an upcoming multi-day trip. Love all the room! (just need to make sure I don't overpack) It fits/feels good on and when hiking. we will see how it holds up after a couple of months. If your just getting started in backpacking, I don't think you can go wrong with this pack especially for the price!"
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  • Posted: 8/13/2012
  • Reviewer: Michael from Owasso, OK
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9 person(s) out of 9 found this review helpful.
"I took the bag on a 65 mile 2 week hike and it was perfect. A great bag at a great price."
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  • Posted: 10/1/2011
  • Reviewer: Dale from Dahlonega , Ga. 30533
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15 person(s) out of 16 found this review helpful.
"I have used it several times already on several 2 to 3 day hikes and it have served me well .. I have section hiked the AT .. The Panther Creek Trail and a couple of others .. I have found it comfortable and from its performance so far it seems that it is durable .. I would recomend it for less than a week hikes without hesitation. Dale Blankenship"
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  • Posted: 3/4/2013
  • Reviewer: Raul
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12 person(s) out of 13 found this review helpful.
"The bag looks great, I read a few positive reviews online so i decided to order the bag. I received the bag and I was in love with it. I started to inspect the bag, and see how many features it had. I started to fit by bag so I loaded so items for weight. I found some of the stitching that was coming undone. I still loved the bag but asked for a replacement from ebags which they did in a hear-beat. I received my bag with in days, I had no problem getting a replacement. The problem was the bag was coming undone as well from a different area. I inspected both bags closely and started to see the bag craftsmanship on them. I returned the bags together and received my refund. The bag was beautiful, just bad stitching, I would not take it hiking with confidence for a multi-day trip, i just could not keep it."
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  • Posted: 7/13/2012
  • Reviewer: Thomas from Parker, CO
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11 person(s) out of 12 found this review helpful.
"Absolutely love this pack. Perfect fit for my Geigerrig hydration pack with hydration connections on both sides. I ran a paracord through the dual vertical daisy chains on the pack to create a great way to store extra gear on the outside of the pack."
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  • Posted: 9/26/2011
  • Reviewer: Anonymous Customer from stl MO
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23 person(s) out of 27 found this review helpful.
"Love the zipper inside sleeping bag area. Great idea for getting to bottom of bag. Also the 2 pockets on the belt are also handy. I had a hard time finding this option(2 pockets) on other packs. Great pack"
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