65 Liter Backpacking Pack

(13 customer reviews)


  • 65 Liter Backpack. Lightweight, weighs only 4lbs 2oz.
  • Multi-position torso adjustment custom fits a wide range of body sizes.
  • Hydration Compatible
  • Made from water-resistant fabrics

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River Country Products Lightweight Backpacking Backpack – 65liter

This is the perfect pack for your next outdoor adventure.  It is large enough for all your gear and has a lighter empty weight than many packs on the market. The included rain fly and hood can be removed to reduce the weight even more.  The compression straps allow you to adjust the size of the pack and connect gear to the outside of the pack. Breathable back supports offer comfort and allow for maximum air ventilation.  Adjustable torso length, adjustable shoulder straps, and waist straps make this the perfect pack for many different body heights and sizes.

Main Features Include:

  • Ultralight Backpack: Large capacity, lightweight pack, Pack weight – 4 lbs 2 ozs.
  • Plenty of room for all your River Country Products gear.
  • Multi-position torso adjustment custom fits a wide range of body sizes.
  • Torso adjustment is quick and easy with the sliding adjustment.
  • Open-cell foam lumbar support for maximum comfort and airflow.
  • Split waist belt offers added comfort around the waist and hips.
  • Large sleeping bag compartment,
  • Multiple gear ties and multiple pockets including a waist strap pocket.
  • Adjustable shoulder straps and chest harness.
  • Integrated waterproof green rainfly keeps your pack and gear dry
  • Hydration Compatible
  • Trekking Pole carry loops
  • Made from water-resistant fabrics


  • Weight: 4lbs 2oz
  • Torso Adjustment Range: 16” – 21.5”
  • Waist Strap Adjustment Range: 28” – 45”

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Additional information

Weight 3.625 lbs
Dimensions 40 × 8 × 8 in

13 reviews for 65 Liter Backpacking Pack

  1. Anthony Rodriguez (verified owner)

    I have to admit, I don’t have much experience with backpacks like these. However, I would still recommend this backpack to anyone. I went on a 5 day 4 night trip in Olympia, Washington. This pack was able to hold everything I want and more. I first spent $180 or more on a pack that was equivalent to this pack but it didn’t come with a built in rain cover. Definitely a perk, luckily I didn’t need it. I did notice some strings loose on the top big compartment, I would recommend handling those string pulls carefully. Even with all my tugging and pulling nothing ripped, which for the price I was kinda expecting. This pack with the price is unbelievable! Buy it now before they up the price LOL!!!

  2. Eric R Minkwitz

    Great ultra light pack super adjustable and super comfortable !

  3. Alisha Raines (verified owner)

    Great pack. We over packed them the first hike. They carry a lot of gear.

  4. Andrew Leitz (verified owner)

    I really love the backpack! Light weight and plenty of room. I am getting ready for a winter hike in the Ozark Mts, I have packed everything I will need and then some and still have a bit of room left. I like to go minimal so if you like to pack everything but the kitchen sink, then you might want get a bigger pack. All in all, what you get for 65.00 is good quality and reliability. I love the split waist belt, I didn’t think it would make that much difference . I’m getting ready to order the complete sleep system and I bet that will give me even more room and lighted my load. I would like to see maybe some Mollie loops for external storage. Other than that it is better than the 200.00 pack I had before.

  5. Michael Philpot (verified owner)

    The 65L backpacking pack is lightweight and durable, tons of storage space for overnight hiking with my wife.

  6. Lucas

    I recently purchased this along with the trekker tent 2v and I love them both. This pack is well constructed and fits me well at 6’2″ I’m on the upper end of the torso length limit for this pack, but it is still comfortable. The padding on the straps is comfortable as well. I think the value of this pack is amazing.

  7. Ed

    Just received this pack and I am pleasantly surprised. Lots of 5 star reviews here and on Amazon. Now I see why. I loaded it up with a bunch of gear and then wore it around the house for a while. Very comfortable. Very well thought out design. Love the rain fly on the bottom. Great bang for the buck. Wasn’t expecting much due to the price but it exceeded my expectations. Will likely be buying other gear from RCP in the future.

  8. Kevin Clark

    I just hiked 120 miles of Appalachian trail from Springer mountain to Winding Stair Gap. It was up and down mountain trails. Backpack worked as advertised. I had no problems with it. I liked all belts and straps and ease to operate. I carried 25 pounds of equipment and food. I will continue to use this pack on section hikes.

  9. Eric Handau (verified owner)

    Customer service is outstanding. Pack is much higher quality than expected. Used it on a number of outings so far with no complaints. No hot spots and gets the job done well. Really much more than expected for the price.

  10. Ben Tiller

    Recently purchased this on Amazon for 3 day backpacking trip to WV wilderness area followed by 2 nights of car camping. Pack was loaded to slightly over 50 pounds (including water) and carried the weight well. Took some time to configure things and get everything in, but I’m also a bit of a backpacking newbie. Enjoyed adjustability of the straps and hip belt. Pack performed very well over some difficult trails. Got some light rain and everything stayed dry without using the included rain fly. Stayed very secure and stable on my back. Nice looking for which I received some compliments. All in all, a good quality pack.
    Could use some better pockets on the exterior
    Would love to see the addition of loops or something on the outside to attach other small bags or a bed roll (something like MOLLE webbing to make it more modular)
    Sternum strap was very short
    Difficult if not impossible to reach water bottle on my own from the external side pockets
    Kinda picky, but a stuff pocket would be nice
    Handled heavy load with plenty of room for gear
    Rain fly
    Nice color scheme
    Load was secure during lots of movement

  11. Grant

    I really enjoy the pack it is really super comfortable it holds plenty of gear for a 5-day Trek stitching is really good the detachable rain fly is really nice as well the whole pack is extremely nice I wish that the two front pockets were bigger they worked extremely well with my ravpower charger and small first aid kit and I love the side pouch on the hip waist my alcohol stove fits in it really well for backup the lid and top is big enough for my snow peak 700 and stove and a can of fuel and my UCO lantern and two extra candles

  12. Keith Freerksen

    This this awesome! Everything you could ask for in a pack but at a price worth paying! Very adjustable! Very comfortable. Very light as well. Yet feels durable. For real all the features of a $200 -$300 Osprey. Noice!

  13. Chris B. (verified owner)

    A fantastic pack for the money. It is large, with several compartments that make for easy access to jackets, water, or flashlights. I particularly liked the built-in rain cover which is took only seconds to pull out and deploy when we started getting rained on during our most recent trip.

    5 out of 5, would recomend.

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