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Men's Hiking

Talon 44

Talon 44
Martian Red
Talon 44 Back Side - Black
Adjustable Torso Length
Body Wrap Hipbelt
External Hydration Access
Top Lid Access
Airscape Backsystem

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Talon 44

Copied. Never equalled. Building on 10 years of design, the next generation of the iconic Talon series is here. Talon 44 features clean, modern design and stunning performance no matter what your adventure. Talon 44 is a versatile pack, designed as a true mountain professional and featuring all you could need for winter days or overnight trips.

The cleverly designed new AirScape™ accordion foam backpanel combined with a seamless lumbar-to-hipbelt body wrap increases air flow and provides an even more comfortable carrying experience, by keeping the load close to the body and spreading the weight evenly around the hips.

Talon 44 features an adjustable back length, ensuring the pack fits well to your body and enabling the most comfortable carrying experience. The pack is complete with innovative solutions such as Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment, twin ice-axe attachments and InsideOut™ compression straps. The zipped pockets on each side of the hipbelt allow quick and easy access to smaller items such as phone, snacks and GPS. On top of the lid you will find another conveniently placed pocket, ideal for gloves, hat, map or other items that you need easy access to. On the front of the pack is a large PowerMesh™ pocket, which is ideal for a wet jacket or extra layer of clothing. Keeping hydrated during activity is essential and re-filling your hydration reservoir has been made easy with the quick access external hydration sleeve with reservoir hanging loop. Talon 44 also features a floating lid, enabling extra storage capacity should you need to carry additional gear, as well as an entrance into the lower compartment through a horizontal zip.

Talon 44 is compatible with all Hydraulics™ reservoirs and the size Medium Ultralight Raincover.

Talon 44 is built to be lightweight, comfortable, durable and exceptionally versatile. No matter the adventure, Talon has your back.

Key Features

  • AirScape™ mesh covered accordion foam backpanel for comfort and fit
  • Seamless lumbar to hipbelt body wrap
  • Top lid access
  • Adjustable torso length
  • External hydration access
  • Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment
FULL FEATURE LIST
Weight: 1.1 kg (M/L)
Maximum Dimensions (cm): 67 (l) x 30 (w) x 33 (d)

Customer Reviews

4.3
Based on 14 reviews
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Allan
Probably the greatest pack of this size I've ever owned! Amazing weight-carrying for it's size, easy to pack, nice featureset and it's cool looking too
I use the Talon 44 every day as a daypack... while it's a bit on the big side for that purpose, it does well enough, and I'm able to log a bunch of stuff along, while also have spare space for grocery shopping at the end of the day. If you're getting this pack for commuting purposes, the 33 liter will probably be better suited for most people. There's also a 22 liter version, but I prefer the lid-closure mechanism found on the 33 and 44 liter versions.

The hipbelt offers an surprisingly amount of support, and the shoulder straps are also quite comfortable, more so than what you'd expect when noticing their thickness.
There's two small zippered hipbelt pockets, two large side mesh pockets, and a large front mesh pocket. It's relatively easy to retrieve a water bottle from the side pockets without taking of the bag, because there's a opening along the rear side of the side pockets... my shoulder flexibility is the limiting factor for me.
The mesh pocket at front is large, and easily contains a jacket and other misc. stuff.
There's two compartments in the top lid, and I think they provide ample space for most needs.

There's also an opening near the bottom of the pack, like what's so often seen in bigger packs which sports a dedicated sleeping bag compartment... the separate compartment is missing here, which is fine considering the pack-size of just 44 liters. I haven't used it much, but the few times I needed it, it was nice that it was there.

I also own the Exos 48, but greatly prefer this bag... It's much more comfortable once you load it up with some kilograms!
It's also quite all right for bicycling, which is important to me, as I live in Copenhagen and bike everywhere within the city.


This is likely the best commuter/weekend trip backpack I've ever owned, and I'd recommend it to everyone in a heartbeat.
Tomás
Cómoda y ligera
Aunque no hace mucho que la compré ya he hecho algunas rutas de montaña de un día, el camino de Santiago durante 19 etapas y la carrera Babia Sherpa Tour, y para mi es una mochila ligera y cómoda. Tiene todo lo necesario con un peso muy contenido, se ajusta bien y es cómoda.
Para las etapas de un día es grande pero con los ajustes que lleva se acomoda muy bien.
En el Camino de Santiago que son muchos días tiene los compartimentos necesarios para llevar todo y la cremallera inferior es cómoda para poder sacar cosas del fondo.
En la Babia Sherpa Tour, carrera de dos etapas con pernoctación en la montaña leonesa a 1.700 m. de altura y con temperaturas rondando los 2 o 3 grados, donde hay que llevar todo el material comida y bebida para cenar dormir y desayunar, yo que hice de Sherpa pude llevar sin problemas todo lo necesario para la carrera, cena, dormir y desayunar en la mochila gracias a sus departamentos y cintas para colgar cosas y para ajustarla adecuadamente.
Par mi una compra acertada.
Yunlong
Léger et confortable et bien foutu
Peut être que c'est bête, mais le fait que je puisse mettre mon gros smartphone samsung edge 7 dans la poche de la ceinture me change la vie. Je peux écouter de la musique en marchand et prendre mes coups de fil simplement. Sinon niveau confort et légèreté aucun problème, il n'y a que le système de la fermeture principal à lacet que je n'arrive pas à comprendre..
Patrick
Un excellent produit
Sac parfait : poids, ergonomie, confort, aspect général, praticité. La contenance tient parfaitement mon matériel complet pour 2 semaines d'autonomie sous tente (ultra légère), eau et vivres inclus. Un regret : ne pas l'avoir rencontré avant!

Recognition for the Talon 44:

Retki Best in test - August 2017
  • Adjustable torso length
  • AirScape™ mesh covered accordion foam backpanel for comfort and fit
  • Base zip entry
  • External hydration access
  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Internal top load compression strap
  • LED light attachment point
  • Light weight peripheral frame
  • Removable sleeping pad straps
  • Removable top lid with dual compartments
  • Seamless lumbar to hipbelt body wrap
  • Sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment
  • Stretch front pocket
  • Stretch mesh side pockets with InsideOut™ compression
  • Stretch pocket on harness
  • Top lid access
  • Twin ice axe loops
  • Twin zippered hip belt pockets

Reviews (14)

Customer Reviews

4.3
Based on 14 reviews
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Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Talon 44

Allan
Probably the greatest pack of this size I've ever owned! Amazing weight-carrying for it's size, easy to pack, nice featureset and it's cool looking too
I use the Talon 44 every day as a daypack... while it's a bit on the big side for that purpose, it does well enough, and I'm able to log a bunch of stuff along, while also have spare space for grocery shopping at the end of the day. If you're getting this pack for commuting purposes, the 33 liter will probably be better suited for most people. There's also a 22 liter version, but I prefer the lid-closure mechanism found on the 33 and 44 liter versions.

The hipbelt offers an surprisingly amount of support, and the shoulder straps are also quite comfortable, more so than what you'd expect when noticing their thickness.
There's two small zippered hipbelt pockets, two large side mesh pockets, and a large front mesh pocket. It's relatively easy to retrieve a water bottle from the side pockets without taking of the bag, because there's a opening along the rear side of the side pockets... my shoulder flexibility is the limiting factor for me.
The mesh pocket at front is large, and easily contains a jacket and other misc. stuff.
There's two compartments in the top lid, and I think they provide ample space for most needs.

There's also an opening near the bottom of the pack, like what's so often seen in bigger packs which sports a dedicated sleeping bag compartment... the separate compartment is missing here, which is fine considering the pack-size of just 44 liters. I haven't used it much, but the few times I needed it, it was nice that it was there.

I also own the Exos 48, but greatly prefer this bag... It's much more comfortable once you load it up with some kilograms!
It's also quite all right for bicycling, which is important to me, as I live in Copenhagen and bike everywhere within the city.


This is likely the best commuter/weekend trip backpack I've ever owned, and I'd recommend it to everyone in a heartbeat.
Tomás
Cómoda y ligera
Aunque no hace mucho que la compré ya he hecho algunas rutas de montaña de un día, el camino de Santiago durante 19 etapas y la carrera Babia Sherpa Tour, y para mi es una mochila ligera y cómoda. Tiene todo lo necesario con un peso muy contenido, se ajusta bien y es cómoda.
Para las etapas de un día es grande pero con los ajustes que lleva se acomoda muy bien.
En el Camino de Santiago que son muchos días tiene los compartimentos necesarios para llevar todo y la cremallera inferior es cómoda para poder sacar cosas del fondo.
En la Babia Sherpa Tour, carrera de dos etapas con pernoctación en la montaña leonesa a 1.700 m. de altura y con temperaturas rondando los 2 o 3 grados, donde hay que llevar todo el material comida y bebida para cenar dormir y desayunar, yo que hice de Sherpa pude llevar sin problemas todo lo necesario para la carrera, cena, dormir y desayunar en la mochila gracias a sus departamentos y cintas para colgar cosas y para ajustarla adecuadamente.
Par mi una compra acertada.
Yunlong
Léger et confortable et bien foutu
Peut être que c'est bête, mais le fait que je puisse mettre mon gros smartphone samsung edge 7 dans la poche de la ceinture me change la vie. Je peux écouter de la musique en marchand et prendre mes coups de fil simplement. Sinon niveau confort et légèreté aucun problème, il n'y a que le système de la fermeture principal à lacet que je n'arrive pas à comprendre..
Patrick
Un excellent produit
Sac parfait : poids, ergonomie, confort, aspect général, praticité. La contenance tient parfaitement mon matériel complet pour 2 semaines d'autonomie sous tente (ultra légère), eau et vivres inclus. Un regret : ne pas l'avoir rencontré avant!

Awards

Recognition for the Talon 44:

Retki Best in test - August 2017

Features

  • Adjustable torso length
  • AirScape™ mesh covered accordion foam backpanel for comfort and fit
  • Base zip entry
  • External hydration access
  • Internal key attachment clip
  • Internal top load compression strap
  • LED light attachment point
  • Light weight peripheral frame
  • Removable sleeping pad straps
  • Removable top lid with dual compartments
  • Seamless lumbar to hipbelt body wrap
  • Sternum strap with emergency whistle
  • Stow-on-the-Go™ trekking pole attachment
  • Stretch front pocket
  • Stretch mesh side pockets with InsideOut™ compression
  • Stretch pocket on harness
  • Top lid access
  • Twin ice axe loops
  • Twin zippered hip belt pockets