Field & Stream 65L Internal Frame Pack

Field & Stream 65L Internal Frame Pack - Dick's Sporting Goods
  • Show Enhanced
  • Free Shipping Eligible on Qualifying Purchases Over $25! Up to $15 Shipping Credit.
  • Green
  • One Size
Check Store Availability

Usually ships in 1 - 2 business days.

Standard Ground Service Available (normally $7.49)

Product Information:

Pack up your gear in the Field & Stream ™ 65L Internal Frame Pack and hit the trails - it's time to explore all that nature has to offer! With a built-in rain cover, this pack is ready to take on soggy weather conditions. It comes equipped with a hydration compatible reservoir pocket so that you can quench your thirst on the move. Keep trekking longer and fully stocked with the Field & Stream 65-Liter Internal Frame Pack.

  • Capacity: 65 L (3966 cubic inches)
  • Adjusting sliding suspension system
  • Top loading bag with expandable spindrift collar
  • Expandable side pockets
  • Sleeping bag compartment with drawcord divider
  • Extendable top hood with inside/outside zippered stash pockets
  • Adjustable sternum strap
  • Ice ax loops with handle straps
  • Mesh water bottle side pockets
  • Hydration compatible reservoir pocket
  • Side compression and load compression straps
  • Built in rain cover
  • Pack size: 11.25" x 34" x 8"
  • Weight: 4 lbs. 7 oz.
  • Model # CEH00777
  • Field & Stream

Click here for additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty.
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 3959349

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 60 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Entry Level Pack I purchased by pack in 2008 and have had absolutely no issues with the durability. It has stood up to quite a beating and was comfortable carrying as much as 45 lbs and on some trips over 15 miles. The bag has a compartment for everything and allows me to separate my gear for easy access. There are also additional tie downs that allow you to secure additional items to the top or bottom. Built in rainfly is a great bonus and works well. As I mentioned though I feel this is an entry level pack. If you are just getting into backpacking, this pack lets you minimize your investment (rainfly alone is worth $30). For those people trying to figure out how to use this bag consider the following: 1) The zipper compartment on the bottom is great for a sleeping bag. 2) Snap straps outside of this lower compartment usually for attaching tent or roll pad. 3) Top compartment is ideal for items you need quick access to (ie sunglasses, headlamp, maps, etc) August 27, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Good ideas but poor execution This bag seems to have been built by two teams. One designed a well thought out bag (lots of tie downs, great adjustments, neat features). The other team then decided how to execute the design with the cheapest materials possible. I bought this bag a few days before a 2 day hiking trip. Stitching was breaking before bag was half packed (never fully packed bag). Over the course of the trip, additional seam tears developed. I returned the bag to Dick's with no trouble but was very disappointed with the product overall. Could be a great bag if they used a bit more quaility materials. November 19, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Got the job done I have been dreaming of walking the Appalachian trail for about 10 years. Knowing I won't be able to do the whole thing, I wanted to start doing small sections. I bought this backpack based on the price since it was my first ever backpack and I didn't know if I would even like backpacking that much. We did the 41 miles in Maryland in June and this pack was great! I had it a little heavy, as being a newbie to the sport, about 35 pounds, but had no issues whatsoever with the pack. Straps were easy to adjust, plenty of room inside and out for all my gear. Easy to get on and off, and easy to adjust once it was on my back. If I were to do a thru-hike, I would probably upgrade this pack, but for four to seven day section hikes, it was great and gets the job done. Highly recommend this as a first pack or for short overnight hiking trips. August 26, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Strap Broke OK pack, using the side pouches makes the pack extremely wide. Also need longer straps in center of back. Barely enough length to fit over Zmat. Additionally the right shoulder strap separated and made the pack unusable. Luckily I was at Uncle Johnny's the next day and the rep from Granite Gear repaired the pack. (No Charge) He also sewed several other areas where the stitching was coming loose. The rain cover was too small to cover anything else but the pack. Unusable when I strapped on a Zmat and foam mat. This is a great weekend pack, but not really designed for extended time on the trail. I had it only 5 weeks and it was coming apart. June 5, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by One time use backpack I knew I was in trouble when I went to put on my bed roll and the stitching all but ripped off. Now I'm developing anxiety that I'll be stuck in the woods with shredded bag. Next time I'll take note of the reviews and spend a little more money. October 22, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by shoulder strap ripped on first hike I purchased this backback this summer (2012) on sale without having read the reviews. In October 2012 I used it for the first time on a hike. I 'm glad it was only a 5-mile overnighter, as the shoulder strap tore and I had to carry the weight largely on the other shoulder. November 20, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Solid Design and Reasonable Price with Discounts Considered The design is 100% straight from the Coleman Elate 65L which sells for 30-40% less when it was available. Since it is no longer available this is the best next choice. The size and strap system is comfortable and adjustable. The two long aluminum "bars" in the harness system will be a problematic security issue when trying to use this as carry on luggage item. Unless you are also checking baggage and want to remove them you will certainly encounter airport issues. At least they are removeable. The Coleman Elate did not have this issue. As a 65 liter you may want to check it anyway unless you pack it lightly. The design with the drawstring in the bottom compartment is handly. The waist straps are large and comfortable and supply good support. Overall it is reasonable priced and compares to other packs that are twice the price. It remains to be seen if it will stand up to normal use over time since i have only been out with it a couple times. It would be nice if these were available in the stores at the same price as online but the online discounts were welcome. September 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great pack / Great price I bought this pack based on size, price, initial fit and the number of features it had that I was looking for. I was initially worried about buying a store brand but it has proven itself to be a quality pack. It is comfortable and has many pockets and tie point to fit just about everything I'd be willing to carry. I was even able to mount my bear repellent and knife/hatchet combo on the waste band. October 3, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Waist buckle broke on first hike Pack is laid out well, doesn't have many external attachment points, but I knew that when I bought it. First hike was about 5 miles, pack was full but not overloaded. When I put it on to hike out today, I noticed that one of the prongs on the waist buckle had snapped off, and so that belt could not be used. Had read one review about a strap breaking on first hike, don't know if it is this same one or not. I'll be trading this in tomorrow, try a Kelty next. March 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great hiking pack Bought this for multi-day hike. Was able to pack all my essentials. Worked great and comfortable to wear for multiple days October 22, 2014
  • 2015-09-04T05:46:25.145-05:00
  • bvseo_lps, prod_bvrr, vn_prr_5.6
  • cp-1, bvpage1
  • co_hasreviews, tv_60, tr_60
  • loc_en_US, sid_3959349, prod, sort_default
2 3 4 5 6 next>>