Backpacks, max. 40 liters

Here's our smallest of backpacks. There are so many different backpack models that everyone should find one for their own needs. The volumes are 40 litres and down. Most of these are military or tactical backpacks but can be used as day backpack for hiking and other stuff. As usual, these army and hiking backpacks come as brand new and military surplus backpacks. Check the selection and find a suitable one for yourself. Read the full story

Product groups

Backpacks for daily use and short hikes

Here's our smallest of backpacks. There are so many different backpack models that everyone should find one for their own needs. The volumes are 40 litres and down. Most of these are military or tactical backpacks but can be used as day backpack for hiking and other stuff. As usual, these army and hiking backpacks come as brand new and military surplus backpacks. Check the selection and find a suitable one for yourself.

The backpacks of this category can be divided into two different categories:

  • 10-20 litre backpacks: Suitable for school, biking or something else that requires little space
  • 20-40 litre backpacks: Little more spacious. Works as hiking backpack for overnight or day’s worth of activities

NOTE! These categories are not set in stone. If you know what you need and how large backpack yours needs require then you should listen to yourself. However some of you may be unaware of the hiking backpacks sizes so here’s something to guide you to right direction.

If you simply need a common-good quality backpack with a little more space than a regular one, check our own Särmä brand's large assault pack. This is 35 litre daypack and fully opening the main compartment makes packing very easy. You can also use this as your hand luggage when flying or you can use it as a gym/sports bag. Assault pack is originally military backpack, and it's PALS compatible for some extra pouches if required.

What is PALS, what is MOLLE?

Some of you might wonder what all of those horizontal straps are all over many products. They are PALS loops (Pouch Attachment Ladder System), which were initially found mostly on pieces of the US MOLLE system, from which they spread everywhere and brought an extra name along.

You can weave cords through the loops for special needs, and the loops alone carry a sharpie or bicycle lock quite conveniently. Their original purpose is to attach extra pockets for specific items, like a water bottle or first aid kit - whatever you need, maybe a pouch for your Bluetooth headphones.


Loading...