Internal Frame Backpack Gear at Backcountry Edge

Deuter Aircontact 65+10 Internal Frame Backpack

With an array of features and a German-engineered suspension system, the Deuter Aircontact 65+10 is built for backcountry adventure. A storage capacity of up to 4570 cubic inches equips the pack for multi-day hiking trips.

Deuter
Aircontact 65+10

  • 3970-4570 cu in
  • Spacious, versatile multi-day pack
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  • Price: $269.00
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
Lowe Alpine Expedition 75:95 (2014) Internal Frame Backpack

Equipped with a fully adjustable suspension system and 5795 cubic inches of storage capacity, the Lowe Alpine Expedition 75:95 is truly built for alpine and backcountry adventure.

Lowe Alpine
Expedition 75:95 (2014)

  • 5795 cu in
  • Lighweight expedition or mountaineering pack
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  • Price: $284.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
Exped Lightning 45 Internal Frame Backpack

With its efficient construction and weatherproof roll-top closure, the Exped Lightning 45 offers ultra-lightweight performance for fast-and-light backpacking. Despite weighing less than 2.2 pounds, the pack provides a comfortable carry.

Exped
Lightning 45

  • 2868 cu in
  • Ultra-lightweight thru-hiking pack/day pack
  • Starting at: $218.99
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
Deuter Aircontact 60+10 SL Women's Internal Frame Backpack

With an array of features and a German-engineered suspension system, the Deuter Aircontact 60+10 SL Women's pack is built for the backcountry. A storage capacity of up to 4260 cubic inches is ideal for multi-day hiking trips.

Deuter
Aircontact 60+10 SL Women's

  • 3660-4260 cu in
  • Spacious women's multi-day pack
  • Price: $269.00
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
Deuter Expedition 90+10 Internal Frame Backpack

An excellent choice for guides, trail maintenance workers or anyone carrying heavy loads, the Deuter Expedition 90+10 internal frame backpack has a massive interior (up to 6102 cu in) and a trustworthy, load-bearing suspension system.

Deuter
Expedition 90+10

  • 5492-6102 cu in
  • Maximum capacity and load-hauling ability
  • Price: $268.99
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
Kelty Women's Red Cloud 80 (2015) Internal Frame Backpack

Updated for 2015! A longtime favorite of female backpackers, the Kelty Women’s Red Cloud 80 pack is an excellent balance of performance and affordability, and it also features Kelty’s innovative PerfectFIT suspension.

Kelty
Women's Red Cloud 80 (2015)

  • 5100 cu in
  • Women's version of a best-seller
  • Price: $224.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
Gregory Baltoro 65 (2015) Internal Frame Backpack

Updated for 2015! The award-winning Gregory Baltoro 65 (3720+ cubic inch capacity) backpack boasts a wealth of access points, an array of features, and an innovative, custom-fit suspension system that combine to make it a backcountry workhorse.

Gregory
Baltoro 65 (2015)

  • 3967 cu in (Medium)
  • Award winning suspension system
  • Price: $298.99
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
Gregory Deva 60 Women's (2015) Internal Frame Backpack

Updated for 2015! The award-winning Gregory Deva 60 Women’s backpack boasts a wealth of access points, an array of features, and an innovative, gender-specific custom-fit suspension system that combine to make it a backcountry workhorse.

Gregory
Deva 60 Women's (2015)

  • 3661 cu in (Medium)
  • Women's version of a classic
  • Price: $298.99
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
Gregory Stout 75 Internal Frame Backpack

New for 2015! The Gregory Stout 75 (4450+ cubic inches) backpack effectively combines load-hauling capability and intuitive access and organizational features. The pack offers versatility for everything from weekend outings to extended excursions.

Gregory
Stout 75

  • 4577 cu in (Medium)
  • Pack cover included
  • Price: $218.99
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
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