Here's a few of the better dyneema backpacks that you'll find on the market.
Examples of Dyneema Backpacks
- GoLite Peak Pack - The Peak Pack from GoLite is a fantastic dyneema backpack that's big enough to go for a week or more if you're packing light, but not so big that you cant use it as a day to day lightweight dyneema backpack. It weighs 745 grams, or 1.64 pounds, and has a 36 L capacity, which is ideal for a lightweight backpacker taking only the essentials. It has a zipper pocket on the back for quick access to a few essentials and a few different compression straps, which is important for stabilizing your load in a frameless backpack.
- ULA Equipment CDT - The CDT from ULA Equipment is a favorite among the lightweight backpacking community, and with good reason. It's lightweight, coming in at only 481 grams, or 1.06 pounds, and has a couple of different features, such as large hip belt pockets, water bottle holders on the fronts of the shoulder straps and a mesh enclosure on the pack which make it a well designed frameless dyneema backpack. It also has the essential frameless backpack features, like a back pad and compression straps to help stabilize the weight.
- GoLite Jam Pack - The Jam is one of GoLites oldest packs, though it has gone through a few redesigns since its inception. It's only gotten better with time though, and is similar in design to the GoLite Peak, which is described above. The main difference is the capacity, which is an amazing 50 L, which is definitely one of the largest you will find on a frameless backpack. If you want to a dyneema backpack and still carry a lot, the Jam is a great choice.