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Voyager 55 Pack

A low weight, great value pack with multiple features for the weight conscious backpacker.




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Our Voyager packs are designed for backpackers and travellers who require low weight, multiple features and great value.

Constructed from our High tenacity Ripstop Nylon GS65 fabric, already used extensively throughout our pack range, the Voyagers are also reinforced with our Dyneema Matrix fabric, at strategic wear points.

Features include:

Removable lid with double pocket and reinforced crampon attachment points.
Extendable main compartment with double cord closure.
Front mesh pocket.
Multiple gear attachment points for roll matt, walking poles axes etc.
Rope attachment strap and haul point.
Differential sized side pockets with thick 4mm colour coded closures, reinforcements and drain holes.
2 x removable belt pockets with waterproof zips and colour coded zip pullers.
Shoulder strap load adjustment.
2 x straight 2 x 45 degree side compression points. Fully adjustable chest strap with hi viz whistle. Double water bottle attachment points on shoulder straps (bottle pocket sold separately). Double hydration tube entry points on main pack. Internal hydration pocket. 8mm removable foam back.

Terra Nova Brand: Terra Nova
Product code: 56V5500


  • Minimum Weight: 0.462Kg (1lb )
  • Packed Weight: 0.891Kg (1lb 15oz)
  • Number of Pockets: 7
  • No. of hydration system tube entry points: 1

Size: 55 litre
Reinforced with: Dyneema Matrix fabric (at strategic wear points)
PE Sheet with single alloy strut


This product is guaranteed to the original owner against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 1 year from purchase. 

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Review: Voyaging with the Voyager... 25/03/13

reviewed by:
Nigel Vardy


The first thing you notice about the voyager is its incredible weight, or lack of it. Coming in at an impressive 462 grams, this bag really is lightweight, but does that compromise practicality? I decided to put it to the test...

The streets or Rio are not the most extreme testing ground, but the climbs around the Sugarloaf, with their dense forest and sharp rocks certainly made the voyager work for its money. It handled the creepers and vines well and scraped it's away over the rocks showing little sign of damage. The shoulder straps are fine to bear a reasonable weight, but I would prefer a wider waist belt to control anything heavier. We fought to the summit in darkness, bashing through dense undergrowth, before enjoying the views over copacabana and beyond.

Two weeks of hard trekking an climbing followed in the Aguilles Negras and Tres Picos National Parks. Again the voyager worked well, although the chest strap did have a habit of pinging off its clip. It slid back on ok, but I did find it irritating at times. What was apparent were the signs of wear appearing on the bag. I had been pushing through some very dense jungle, wildcamping and scrambling over razor sharp granite continuously. There was a little fraying to the sides and a couple of small tears where thorns had bit, but the ripstop material had done its job well. My observations on the wear are by no means a criticism. You are buying this bag for it's lightness and that comes at a cost. I've many thick and heavy bags, which have survived years of expeditions, but of course, they weigh a great deal more.

I then climbed Mt. Elbrus in Russia. Here the voyager did extremely well, rammed with lightweight kit and covered in crampons. The open terrain suited the bag and it performed well, particularly on the higher sections of the peak, although for load hauling I found the shoulder straps a little thin with heavier weights on board.

Back at home in Derbyshire, it took the voyager out over the wet summer of 2012, before finding it's ideal purpose - ski mountaineering...

Early in 2013 I was I'm Scotland for a few days climbing, but the avalanche risk was to high to risk a route. Instead I ski toured around the Cairngorms and found the voyager a wonderful piece of gear. It held what I needed, was right on my back and weighed nothing. It's technical attributes allow ice axe and crampons to be fitted and the outside net panel allows easy acces to maps etc. it was simple, efficient and practical. What more of outdoor gear can we ask?

~ Nigel Vardy, British record breaking mountaineer, author and inspirational speaker.

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