Day Packs


 

 

Our team of experts have designed the best hiking backpacks for men, women, and kids! Our lightweight day hiking backpacks are perfect for your small excursions for that day. Going for a hike in the city? Heading up a mountain at the edge of town? Day hiking backpacks are perfect for little adventures you and your family make on the weekends without straying too far from home! They are designed to be compact so they can fit everything you need without weighing you down or getting the way.

Going on a longer trip? We also make large heavy-duty backpacks for multi-day excursions. If you’re not interested in hiking but still on the move and in need of a tough bag, we have travel bags and duffle bags for your adventures.

Many of our backpacks are waterproof so you can experience the great outdoors in any weather. For those that aren’t, we’ve crafted a wide range of accessories to equip you and your gear for all the elements. We design our hiking backpacks in all sizes for all your needs, and some are specially designed for heavy loads.

Quechua  is our in-house hiking & camping brand, with a design center in Mont-Blanc, France that researches and develops eco-friendly and innovative products. Quechua carries everything you need to set up camp, such as the “2 Seconds” pop up tent. Quechua also designed cookware such as camping stoves, furniture like camping chairs and tables, camping showers, safety equipment and camping lanterns, and more. Don’t forget has an extensive line of hiking clothing and footwear, including hiking boots, hiking shoes, hiking backpacks, hiking pants, and more. 

Forclaz is our in-house backpacking brand, focused primarily on apparel and hiking accessories. Forclaz provides all of the gear for everything from a quick hike on your favorite trail, to longer excursions. Forclaz creates hiking poles, headlamps, gloves, hats, and even has a range of merino wool hiking clothing. The most popular of the Forclaz products is the Trek 100 Down Puffer Backpacking Jacket, which comes in men’s and women’s. See what Backpacker.com has to say about it.