Macpac Torlesse 65L Pack
Why we made this
Robust, practical and versatile - the Torlesse range is perfect for multi-day hiking adventures.
We’ve been designing packs for the world’s toughest conditions since 1973, taking over four decades of pack building excellence to carefully craft this practical and robust hiking pack. Comfortable, durable and versatile, the Torlesse 65 is perfect for a range of outdoor adventures. At 65L, it’s the perfect size for multi-day trips, with plenty of space for all of your essential gear. It has a large main compartment with a separate lid pocket, adjustable side pockets and a front pocket for holding small items. The Torlesse 65 features our AirFlo™ load carry system – optimised for ultimate freedom of movement and breathability for comfort on high intensity adventures. It’s hydration compatible, includes dual axe attachments, and features a built-in raincover to keep the rain off your gear.
Combination of fabrics provides balance of lightweight and durability
AirFlo™ load carry system for highly comfortable freedom of movement and ventilation
Single front pocket
Twin side pockets
Base compartment divider
Hydration exit port
Dual axe attachments
Main Fabric 630D Cordura Nylon Secondary Fabric 210D Nylon Ripstop with silicone coating Base Fabric 630D Cordura Nylon Harness AirFlo™ Flexi-Fit™ Weight (g) 2410
You are best to clean your pack with a natural, non-detergent soap and a soft-bristled brush
Suitable soap types are: pure soap, vegetable soap and Nikwax Tech Wash®
Rinse the pack well and dry it in a well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight
Do not put your pack in the washing machine as this will void your warranty
Always try to keep the zip teeth as clean as possible
Wash zip teeth with fresh, clean water and lubricate with a silicon lubricant suitable for use on fabrics
5.0 / 5.0
I bought this in a Boxing Day sale two years ago and it's the best pack I've ever had! Have taken it to the Kawekas, National Park, Hollyford and more. Even slid down the scree on the side of Mt Taranaki and it didn't get damaged at all :) Pack is completely waterproof, extremely durable and just the right size for overnighters and up to 5 day tramps. It comes with its own rain cover, which is super handy. I got the S2 - I'm a petite woman, but find it fits me perfectly. If I had one complaint, it would be the back isn't as breathable as some packs - but having a sweaty back is a minor issue!
December 26, 2018
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What are the straps along the bottom of the bag used for ? They are attached to the clips on the bottom zipper, they can be removed and wrap around the size of my fist.
BEST ANSWER: Hi, we looked into this for you and can confirm that these are dual axe attachments. Cheers :)
Do you have a pack that zips open rather than just packing and unpacking it from the top?
BEST ANSWER: Hi, yes we do. We manufacture the Voyager which is a 35 L overnight/day pack and the Exchange duffel which is designed for travel overseas. We hope this is helpful. Cheers :)
I would love to know if the first reviewer has the most recent version of the Torlesse Backpack or if Macoac have improved the airflow in the back of the pack in the most recent model please?
BEST ANSWER: Hi Jen, i had a discussion with our head of design and he advised that we’ve made a few updates to this pack over the years, but in terms of the harness it is fundamentally the same. Cheers :)
Does the top lid convert to a day pack?
BEST ANSWER: Hello Erica, the top pocket is not removable on the Torlesse. If you want a pack with day bag we would suggest looking at the Genesis - https://www.macpac.co.nz/packs/travel-bags-duffels/genesis-aztec-85l-travel-pack/114192.html
What are the dimensions for the Torlesse 65l pack v2?
BEST ANSWER: Great question Jose - the measurements do change depending on the size of the pack (W2 / S2 / S3) but roughly measure 80cm long and about 45cm wide 35cm deep. The pack is rated at 65 litre capacity.
Help!! Guy in store showed me how to adjust the shoulder straps on my T65. Ive loosen off webbing, adjusted straps and then tightened the webbing straps on inside of the pack but the shoulder straps keep adjusting. Have I missed a step ?