High Sierra Tech 2 Hawk 45 Backpack - Internal Frame
About High Sierra Tech 2 Hawk 45 Backpack - Internal Frame
Closeouts. With an easy-access bottom compartment, external bungee attachments and a breathable, well-padded suspension, High Sierra's Tech 2 Hawk 45 backpack is a great choice for overnight and weekend trips.
Specs about High Sierra Tech 2 Hawk 45 Backpack - Internal Frame
- Pack material: Polyester and nylon
- Frame type: Internal
- Frame material: Composite framesheet
- Hydration compatible: Yes
- Pack loading: Top with bottom access
- Ice tool/trekking pole loops: Yes
- Rain cover: Yes
- Recommended use: Backpacking Weekend
- Dimensions: 26x13.5x9"
- Pack capacity: 2750 cu.in.
- Volume liters: 45
- Weight: 3 lb. 15.2 oz.
- Fits torsos: 17-19"
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Great 2-4 day packReviewed by outdoor yuri from Central Coast CA on Sunday, October 1, 2017Wanted a pack which had the specs of a 65L, but more appropriate for that 1-4 day packs. Took chance on this because it had the features I was looking for - more 'useful' and less of the recent whiz-bang 'skinny black jeans' one finds on many mid-size packs. I was more than pleasantly surprised by this pack, more like astonished! Wasn't expecting much, but got a lot! Overall the 'fit' is great, the structure is really well designed. I've done 2 packs, a 3 day and a 2 day. I loaded this pack up with more than I'd normally carry - just to 'test' it hard. 2 day trip I had it loaded to 28 lbs., and 35 lbs on the 3 day. This pack handled 35 lbs no problem, and the load and feel felt great!. The straps are just the right density padding, the hip belt has structure, All the adjustments worked great! The topflap works great, side pockets, front pocket, everything works well. Only WONKY thing... the main compartment has an upper/lower divider (which for me, is really desirable/important) which is sewn to the bag inside at the 'back' and bottom, then attaches to the inside-front above the lower entry area - so really weird diagonal - which just doesn't work well as a divider/separator.. Not a biggie, I can live with this... I think this pack is more like a 50/55L, it holds A BUNCH of stuff, doesn't shift much in use and seems really solid construction, especially considering the cost. This may take over as my primary pack (over my Baltoro 65 - which is just sooo big, I tend to take more than I need - LOL!) Glad I took the chance and bought this!
Question & Answer
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“I want to get a 40 or 45L size internal frame backpack. I want it to include (a space for) a Hyrdation pack. Does this unit have a dedicated space for that? If this one doesn't, does any of your product in this size range have that?”
According to information listed under the product Overview- Hydration sleeve, hook and tube exit port (reservoir not included)
“Does this pack have straps to carry a sleeping bag? ”
This does not have straps specifically for sleeping bags, but there are several ways that one could be attached.