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The Torridon 65 from Berghaus is a 65 litre backpack that delivers solid backpacking performance while remaining great value for money.

The Torridon features an A Trek backsystem which allows you to adjust the fit of the pack via an intuitive ladder locking system to easily adjust the back length of the pack. A great entry-level pack, the Torridon 65 is ideal for overnight camping trips or gap year backpacking.

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Product Features

  • Weight: 1800g
  • Capacity: 65 litres
  • Dimensions: 77cm (H) x 42cm (W) x 28cm (D)
  • Esdura 600D fabric
  • A-Trek adjustable back system
  • Height adjustable, removable chest strap
  • Top tension straps
  • Base compartment with bivi divider
  • Hydration system compatible
  • Top lid pocket; wand/bottle pockets; fixed side pockets
  • Base compression straps
  • Attachment points on lid
  • Drawcord bivi closure
  • Walking pole attachment

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12 Customer reviews for this product

Good value expedition rucksack!
Reviewed By Shahid, 26 Dec 2013

I've had this rucksack all the way through my DofE scheme and it hasn't failed me yet. It is really comfortable with the back padding and spreads the load very effectively. Now as a Dofe Leader it's small enough to take out on supervising walks but still big enough to take on personal expeditions. The one thing i would say, is the elastic holding on the rain cover is on the weaker side and mine frayed quite quickly. So if you do go for this bag, which i would suggest you do, replace the elastic attachment with some cord to avoid having to chase it down a hill like i did!



Think what you're using it for
Reviewed By Dan, 29 Aug 2013

I took this rucksack to the Cairngorms last year for 3 days trekking. It has plenty of room for a 65Lt and a good rain cover. Its very comfortable to wear, in fact one of the most comfortable rucksack I've used.
The down side is the zips appear very weak, one zip broke on the first day, which I put down to maybe the load, however as the load got lighter over the 3 days, other zips broke, which was a nightmare in the middle of nowhere. I'm a firm believer in you pay for what you get. It's a good rucksack but I lost trust in it unfortunately. But it would be good for novice trekkers, who may not quite put it to the limit. Hope this helps



Really good value for money
Reviewed By Tom, 08 Aug 2013

I have taken this on many hikes and really found it comfortable and spacious. The padding is really good and it doesn't squeak or rub. Definitely recommend it.



good starter rucksack
Reviewed By Josh, 04 Jul 2013

it is a good rucksack but the padding will decrease after a long time but shorter if carrying a large load. it is a good starter.



Superb and great comfort
Reviewed By Ashley, 30 Jun 2013

Took with me on my world challenge expedition and didn’t have any problems. Comfort was great and has many storage compartments.



Not JUST pink
Reviewed By Deena, 05 Jun 2013

I am always very sceptical of things sold to WOMEN, so often they lack most of the features of things sold as mens, are too short in the arms - but hey, at they are a pretty colour. I tried this bag on in the shop and saw at once that this was different. I have tried it on a trip and I couldn't be more pleased with it. Its very easy to adjust as you walk, as comfortable to carry as you can expect from such a large bag and fits my hydration bladder perfectly. I am very tall and very, very thin - a size 6 drowns me, and it was possible to make the straps tight enough to fit even me. I would buy this again.



Great rucksack
Reviewed By George, 30 Apr 2013

This is seriously comfortable and adjustable, and thanks to the ingenious use of expanding space, pockets and compartments, this bag can fit a lot of stuf fin and is very easy to organise.Personally, I put my tent in the bottom compartment (easily accessible thanks to the bottom zips), snack food/drinks etc in the side pockets, maps compass phone paper in the top pocket and everything else in the main section. It seems to fit more than previous 65l bags I've owned thanks to its flexibility.



Fantastic entry level rucksack
Reviewed By Ben, 16 Apr 2013

After impeccable customer service from a very knowledgeable and helpful assistant and a few fittings with weight I settled on this rucksack for a month long trip this summer. It has loads of room and features, perfect for what I need at a great price. Thanks will definitively use your store again!



couldn't ask for any more!
Reviewed By Scott, 14 Apr 2013

i bought this for a two week trekking holiday in south africa, we would be living wild the entire time so i bought this one. It did not disappoint, firstly apparent was the tough, durable material it was made from. However the best feature of this rucksack is the A-trek adjustable back system. This allowed the rucksack to be fitted, as if tailored, to my size. Anyone thinking of buying a more expensive rucksack of the same size should think again as the only downfall of this bag is that the outside pockets could be bigger, excellent purchase!



Does the job, good all rounder
Reviewed By Martin, 07 Aug 2012

I got my Torridon with 20% off during a 1 day sale, so was very happy with the price. It's large enough for a 2-3 day wild camp (which is what I've used it for the most), and has enough pockets to separate gear out for easy access. The fit is very good, and the hip padding makes for a comfortable day's walking. One niggle is the mesh posckets on the sides. Whilst they are very wide, I would prefer them to be a little deeper, to make it easier to carry a water bottle on the outside, but other than that, all good.



My First Rucksack !!
Reviewed By Richard, 16 Apr 2012

So, here I am just started climbing outdoors and need a rucksack after trying to walk across boulders for 20 mins to reach my first ever climb. There I was with 2 small rucksacks on my back and guess what..NO GOOD..so I went to the Reading store for a big one, was measured and helped by a very helpfull member of staff. This product is great for the money, has all I need including a rain cover which i may need in our climate! Lots of pockets and most of all very comfortable. To top it all I got an ExploreMore Card bonus of 20% off!! Would recommend this to anyone...



Brilliant rucksack
Reviewed By Charlotte, 29 May 2011

Great value for money rucksack. Comfortable, the adjustable back size ensures it fits you like a glove. Well designed everything can be stowed just were you want it, side, bottom and top compartments as well as the main one. Used for DofE expedition, go get one.



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