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K² 2000 Daypack

Rated 4.86 out of 5 based on 29 customer ratings
(30 customer reviews)


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Belt sizes: Small 29-33″, Medium 34-36″, Large 37″+

SKU: exo-2000 Category:


The ultimate pack for day hunts and heavy loads. Designed for ease of use and quick access, and capable of carrying heavy loads at a moment’s notice — eliminating the need for a separate “meat hauler” pack.

  • 2000-5450 ci  (2000ci bag, 950 roll-top collar and stretch pocket, 2500ci load shelf area)
  • Total of 14 different compression straps to secure items and loads to the pack
  • Fully compatible with our FTE Dry Bag accessory
  • Hidden lid pocket, which features a padded fleece to protect electronics
  • Stretch external spotting scope pocket
  • Lower stretch side pockets
  • Large U-shaped zipper for easy access to main bag area
  • Integrated hydration bladder sleeve and port for drinking tube
  • Sewn-in mesh pocket
  • Velcro strips sewn inside bag zipper and lid, which fit our stash pockets (can add up to 4 total)
  • 500d Cordura and 420d Diamond Ripstop
  • Add an optional floating lid (like the one that comes with the 3500/5500 bags)
  • If you already own an Exo frame, you can purchase the 2000 bag only

Explore the Pack

  • K2 Titanium frame (the heart and soul of the pack!) 25″ tall
  • Frame is vertically rigid but moves with you laterally
  • Load-tested with more than 250lbs — our Ti frame can carry more weight than you’ll ever want to
  • Modular Interchangeable bags- all Exo Bags will fit on the same frame
  • Non-slip lumbar pad fabric to prevent lumbar pad shifting
  • Micro adjustable torso (16″-21″)
  • Open suspension design for maximum breath-ability
  • Angled compression straps for better load hauling
  • Meat hauling load shelf (extra 2500 cubic inches)
  • Heavy duty 1″ Compression straps and buckles
  • Webbing loops for accessory attachment
  • 3 different sized hipbelts with adjustable lumbar pad foam
  • Belt sizes (Small 29-33″, Medium 34-36″, Large 37″ +)
  • 1.5″ webbing for attachment of holsters, pouches etc on hipbelt
  • Assist pull hipbelt webbing

Explore the Frame


For more information about pack selection, fitting, load capacity, discounts, warranty, and more, visit our FAQ…

K² 2000 K² 3500 K² 5500
Weight 4.5lbs 5.1lbs 5.4lbs
Dimensions, Compressed 2" x 11.5" x 25" 3" x 11.5" x 26" 3.5" x 11.5" x 26"
Dimensions, Expanded 6" x 11.5" x 30" 8" x 11.5" x 36" 12" x 11.5" x 42"
Total Volume (cubic inches) 2950 4200 6800
Frame K² Titanium K² Titanium K² Titanium
Dry Bag Compatible Yes Yes Yes

Belt sizes:

  • Small, 29-33"
  • Medium, 34-36"
  • Large, 37"+

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4.86 out of 5 stars

30 reviews

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One review with a 3-star rating

  1. 3 out of 5

    Jason (verified owner)

    First off, I am a fan of Exo Mountain Gear. I listen to the podcast, watch their videos, and appreciate their commitment to and passion for hunting. That said, I’m disappointed with this pack. The materials are solid and the craftsmanship on a made in the usa pack is great. The suspension and load carrying ability of Exo packs is excellent. On this pack in particular, I like the stretchy outside pocket for spotters – packs that require you to carry your spotter inside the pack are lame. The side stretch pockets are great. I’m a fan of the roll top design and it’s ability to extend for greater capacity is cool. I especially like that I can add the lid from another exo pack to this one to again increase capacity and provide additional storage options. When using the lid, I don’t typically roll up and buckle the roll top; I just loosely roll it and secure the lid over top it.

    My main dislikes are as follows. First, the pack is too narrow. I know Exo is trying to make a streamlined non bulky pack. But if you have a water bladder, stuff in the interior mesh pocket and stuff in the interior fleece pocket, then getting things in and out of the pack is pretty difficult. My gear ends up on either side of the bladder or I’m stuffing things into the bottom, fighting the bladder and the gear in the mesh pocket. I would give up a bit of “streamlined” to gain easier access. I know there are side zips and I use those at times, but typically I need to stuff things into the pack and what’s the point of a top entry if it’s difficult to use. Second, the bladder tube is crap. It’s too tight and not secured at the bottom. I tore the one in my pack the second time I used it and ended up just cutting it out. I’m glad Exo added an interior bladder sleeve, but I’d rather have an elastic or mesh panel against the frame (inside the pack) instead of a loose tube. Next, the fleece compartment that is accessed from the exterior of the pack is too big and gets in the way of dealing with gear internally. It seems like it is a challenge to have a compartment like this and a roll top, so I get it, but I’m not psyched on the way this one works. Plus, the fleece collects leaves and twigs and detritus that now live inside that pocket and end up all over whatever I have in there. I don’t own anything that needs a fleece pocket – my phone is protected and my gps screen is not prone to damage from pack material. And now those items get scratched by leaves and junk that’s stuck to the fleece. Lastly, I’m not a fan of having to spend additional money for hipbelt pockets. Exo is not the only company guilty of this as it seems to have become standard in the hunting pack industry. These packs are extremely expensive and having to continue burning the credit card to get the things you want on a pack is frustrating. The rest of the backpack industry has gotten on board with including integrated hip belt pockets, the hunting industry needs to catch up (hunting, not necessarily tactical). People that use these pockets are the majority now and people who need to attach holsters or something else are the minority (that’s what chest holsters are for). Plus, integrated hip belt pockets are easier to use and don’t flop around or force you to fight zippers with one hand.

    Ok, that’s my $0.02.

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Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 20 x 4 x 4 in

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