Black Friday hiking backpack deals 2024

We're tracking the hottest sales in the lead-up to Black Friday – check out these backpack bargains!

Best black friday backpack deals at Live for the outdoors

by Chris Williams |
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Here at LFTO, we track the best Black Friday deals on everything outdoors. Black Friday 2023 has passed, but file us away in a bookmark folder and be the first to know when hiking backpack deals go live for Black Friday 2024.

A nice backpack is often a late addition to one's outdoor arsenal, but they do make a world of difference. Once you've got yourself decent footwear and a waterproof jacket, turning your attention to packs is the natural next step.

Staff writer Ben Weeks wearing a small hiking pack

A great hiking pack is lightweight, comfortable, plentiful with pockets, and has a back system that won't soak your tee-shirt. If you want all this, the price will certainly be high, so we recommend pouncing on this holiday as a chance to snag something special without breaking the bank.

Retailer list: where to find the best Black Friday backpack deals


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Black Friday deals on hiking backpacks

25% off

First person view of sitting on a hill with Near Zero hiking backpackLFTO
Price: £140 (was £186)

Tried and tested by us; unique internal organising system makes packing super easy; comfortable back system; suitable for hikes almost year-round.

On sale

Osprey Renn 65
Price: $189.95

Women's backpacking pack fitted with Osprey's AirSpeed suspended mesh back panel for excellent ventilation; made from tough 600D polyester; comes with raincover.

20% off

Near Zero BIG 4 Bundle
Price: £568 (was £710)

Very cost-effective bundle of high-performance hiking kit; comes with The Dean 55L pack, 2-person tent; sleeping bag (5degC comfort, 2degC limit), and insulated inflatable sleeping mat; all items tried, tested and recommended by us.

On sale

Deuter Aircontact Core 40+10 Backpack
Price: £119.99 (RRP £200)

Trekking pack featuring an intelligent back system that offers ample support yet plenty of ventilation too; hydration bladder sleeve takes up to 3L volumes; PFC-free.

25% off

Jack Wolfskin Denali 65+10
Price: £240 (RRP £320)

Large trekking pack that offers excellent stability with heavy loads; sustainable (bluesign approved and PFC-free); 2.69kg weight; aluminium frame and padded straps; women's version also on sale.

on sale

Osprey Talon 11
Price: $140.00
Alternative retailers
Backcountry$90.97View offer

Durable and comfortable pack for fastpacking, summer day hikes, and mountain biking; made from recycled, bluesign-approved material with a PFC-free DWR; features external attachment points for gear; larger Talon 33 is also on sale.

On sale

Berghaus MTN Seeker 32 Backpack
Price: £79.99 (RRP £170)

Specialised pack for use in the mountains year-round; made from tough, recycled 600D nylon; close-fitting back system for stability; rope, gear, and helmet attachment systems.

on sale

Osprey Atmos Ag LT 65
Price: $290.00
Alternative retailers
Backcountry$66.71View offer

Big, stable gear hauler featuring Osprey's brilliant AntiGravity back system that is also relatively lightweight; made from recycled, bluesign-approved fabrics with a PFC-free DWR; raincover included.

On sale

Deuter Futura 26 Backpack
Price: £79.99 (RRP £140)

Lightweight backpack for speedy and/or technical day hikes; PFC-free and partially recycled; features a mesh back system with an effective ventilation channel; women's version also on sale.

25% off

Jack Wolfskin Moab Jam Pro 24.5 Backpack
Price: £108.75 (RRP £145)

Lightweight, cleverly thought-out pack for mountain biking and hiking; raincover and helmet carrier included; back panel designed for stability and breathability.

On Sale

Sierra Designs flux capacitor hiking backpack
Price: £89.95 (£159.95)

This unique backpack can expand from 20 litres volume up to 40 and even 60 using its adjustable strap system, making it a highly versatile piece for long or little hikes. In addition to the straps, it's packed with pockets, even including flask pouches on the shoulder straps, so you can keep hydrated on the go.

on sale

Osprey Rolling Transporter 60
Price: $320.00
Alternative retailers
evo$320.00View offer
Backcountry$410.00View offer

Made from tough, highly water resistant fabric; sturdy handle and large roller wheels for durability; reinforced base.

Camelbak Crux 2L Reservoir
Price: £28 (RRP £40)

Efficient sip design; BPA-free; 210g; one-handed open/shut lever.

How do I find the best Black Friday deals?

Bookmark this page to keep track of all the best Black Friday deals on hiking packs throughout the sale season.

We've got our top gear testers scouring retailers we trust, and we even use plugins to check the original price of the gear, so we're 100% sure the deals we share are the very best.

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Our top tips for coping with Black Friday:

Sign up for newsletters and updates

They might clog up your inbox for the rest of the year, but you’ll find that newsletters will bring you discounts and alerts about bargains before anything else.

You can also sign up to the LFTO Newsletter, where we'll keep you to date with our 'best of' articles and Black Friday deals.

Stick to your budget

You might be tempted into all and every deal that you see on Black Friday, but set a budget and stick to it. Experts also say that you should use a credit card (it’s the safest way to pay, as the bank will end up footing the bill if there is any kind of mishap).

Stick around afterwards...

Previously, waiting until Black Friday was one of the best strategies for saving money on big-ticket items, but recent years have taught us that many of the biggest online sales will come under the 'Cyber Monday' banner, which can last until the end of November. So, always keep your eyes peeled, the bargain hunt isn't quite over yet.

Chris Williams is a digital content writer for Live For The Outdoors. He has been testing gear for us since 2021. Chris is from New Zealand and has journalistic, outdoor industry, and basically his lifetime's worth of hiking experience to bring to his gear reviews. He's also impressively tall.

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