Inexpensive Pack! – Terra Peak 55:20 Explorer Backpack – Review

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Today Luke and Susan review the Terra Peak 55:20 Explorer backpack.

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Sold on Amazon for $110.99

Cost : 75 British pounds

55L and Extra 20L of storage

Weight only 4.4 lb (2 kg)

Materials: FEATURES

– Tough “Terra Pro” polyester fabrics
– Fully adjustable “Pro Mech” back panel
– Hydration system compatible
– Extra 20L of storage under hood and in side pockets
– Lower access to main compartment with divider
– Ice axe and walking pole attachment system
– Zipped map pocket on front panel


Main Fabric: 600D “Terra Pro” Ripstop Polyester
Trim Fabric: 600D “Terra Pro” Polyester
Air mesh padding

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Sean O'reiley says:

I like this pack the only way it could be any better is if it had a quick access pocket behind that shock cord to store easy access clothes or whatnot

Larry Kramer says:

Welcome back from your road trip. I’ll bet a tent and sleeping bag looks pretty good to you now. Of course I am expecting you to go to the junkyard and get some car front seats to put on your front porch so you can re-live your trip and also be real hill-billies. I don’t need a pack, but you do a good job of keeping me up on what is out there.

Scott Dunbar says:

No pouches on the waist belt ?!?!? Ummm…

mo kha says:

nice vid

WickedSensation says:

Very well done video.

ZZ outdoors says:

Good lookin’ pac guys.That rain cover is hi vis for sure! Thanks. ZZ.

Sarah Moore says:

I hate how outdoor/sports brands think women like purple

grumpy4577 says:

thanks for the review guy’s. I’ve been looking for a pack for my bride, definitely the purple.

John 47 says:

I happen to be a hetero guy and I like the purple too. Go figure.

Philip Tetherow says:

While I don’t think I would ever get a purple pack- I like the hue and saturation of it

I’m looking for a Friday – Monday hiking and wild camping pack. Do you think this would fit the bill? If not is there one that you’d recommend?

Del Scrivner says:

I’m a left side hydration bladder tube guy. I couldn’t tell. Are there H2O ports on both sides or just the right side?

davidtenser says:

This is not a review, it’s an ad. A pretty embarrassing one at that.

The Wasatch Gear Review says:

Will the rain cover fit with a sleeping pad on the outside or other gear on the outside of the pack?

panzerabwerkanone says:

One feature I wish more packs would incorporate is to have the hydration bladder sleeve outside of the main compartment.  My REI Lookout 40 has this feature.  Advantages are the bladder does not take up main compartment space and you can remove the bladder to refill it without getting into the main pack.  This is especially important if you have your pack really stuffed.  On my MOLLE and ALICE systems I just use a separate CamelBack carrier hung between the suspension and the frame.  I can switch it between packs at will.  Thanks for the review.

Daniel Miller says:

Love your vids

BorisBlade7 says:

That’s a great price for that pack. For a pack that size you can easily spend double that for major brands. While I would prefer one of the more major brand packs due to my experience with various packs, it seems like a great starter pack. Its probably better than the first pack I had just 5 years ago.

Daniel Miller says:


Markos ball says:

Luke and Susie for the love of god. Post the new overnight adventure. 😉

shcmoly says:

Looks like a decent pack.

jeremy schott says:

nice pack

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