Category: Backpack Reviews

Alite Designs: A New Approach To Outdoors Gear

Not everyone hopes to climb Mount Everest, and outdoors company Alite is content to tag along on the trip to your local park. We speak with the founder to learn why the small urban outdoors brand is growing.
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40 Years Of Osprey Backpacks

Osprey has grown from a single-man operation to a giant in the world of backpacks.
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First Look: Runner's All-Day Adventure Pack

For those who like everything in its place, the PB will not disappoint.
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First Look: Whistler Freeride Bike Backpack

Need to haul copious gear on a mountain bike? This pack is for you.
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Roll-Top, Watertight Bike Pack

Chrome took a cue from watersports gear with a collection of bags that have roll-top closures.
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MLB Stadium Outfield Wall Material Gets Second Life As Luggage

The Metrodome stadium was recently demolished. Duluth Pack purchased a swath of the right field wall to make bags.
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Alone With Lions: Thru-Hiking The 'PNT'

The author senses something during this section of the Pacific Northwest Trail from Metaline Falls To Oroville, Wash. His story will make you shiver.
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Is Backpacking Dying?

Why do younger people seem less interested in this outdoor tradition?
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Follow Thru-Hike Of 'Pacific Northwest Trail' On GearJunkie All Summer

GearJunkie contributor Jeff Kish is about to begin a through-hike of the 1,200-mile Pacific Northwest Trail to test gear and document what is regarded as the most challenging of the National Scenic Trails.
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Car Racks To Backpacks... Thule To Launch Line Of Technical Packs In 2015

We've long used Thule racks for transporting gear on our vehicles. Now, the Swedish brand has announced it is jumping full into the backpacking space.
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