This bag is relatively small and is used for regular day to day activities or walk a long day. These backpacks have regular slots and pockets for you to carry all your daily essentials and are the most standard, and common out of all backpacks.
2. Overnight Backpack
Not to be bewildered with a travel bag, these bags are large enough to contain personal essentials and clothing for an overnight trip. It has the same structure as a normal backpack, with additional slots and pockets, and is a bit bigger too.
3. Hiking / Trekking Backpack
A full day excursion out on the trail requires you to carry a lot of essentials. Hiking backpacks are pretty much what to be expected – lots of pockets, loops and tabs-in points, and higher-end ones might even provide a framework with hip belt and everything.
4. Climbing Backpack
Also known as Mountaineering Backpack, has to be able to hold a rope, helmet, harness, rack and shoes. And ideally the bag needs to be comfortable and close fitting to body.
5. Cycling Backpack
This backpack is a definitely 100% the backpack to use while commuting using bike. The bag can comfortably maintain stable load in the body, moves the gear conveniently between cycling and being off-bike, and adapt to changing loads with relative ease.
6. Snowsports Backpack
The most integral feature to look for in the backpack chosen for a day on the slopes is the capacity to carry skis or snowboard. Minimal movement of the backpack is also very important, so it is important to choose a backpack that fits perfectly without restricting movements. Also called as Skiing Backpack, these backpacks are specialized backpacks that not only incorporate lash-on points for the stuffs but also Avalungs and/or airbags to increase chances of survival in case of an avalanche.
7. Work Backpack
People who work possibly would like a backpack that features a laptop compartment and can also contain alternative things required, like additional company garments, shoes, socks and perhaps a handful of papers and books.
8. Travel Backpack
Should not be confused with those for camping trips or long trips. They are designed to be like suitcase, packing up and accessing them as how it would if it were a suitcase, as opposed to loading from the top like a outdoor-oriented backpack. They have lots of zippered compartments to make them easier to live out of when the adventure is rather unexpected. 9. Hydration Backpack Hydration Backpacks are an ideal solution for adventurers if they prefer getting out into the wild actively! The capacity of hydration backpacks is generally between 2 and 10 liters, with 1, 2 or 3 liters of the space taken up with a hydration tank. They have to fit tight to minimize movement, but also be very comfortable.