Category: Backpack Reviews

Backpack Generates Electricity With Motion Of Walking

Attach two straps to your ankles and walk to charge your phone or other devices.
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First Look: Eddie Bauer Sorcerer Pack

We review an expandable-design First Ascent backpack. Made for climbers and guides, our reviewer put the $499 pack through a tough test on a 100+ mile wilderness trip.
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'HackedPack' Marries Backpack, Hammock In One Unique Product

New product combines two outdoor favorites into one pack.
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Luggage By Backpack Brand Ready For Expeditions, Years Of Abuse

Rugged rolling luggage design makes it easy to transport gear in any situation.
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First Look: 'Fishpond' Makes A Big, Burly Water-Resistant Duffel Bag

When you go from home to airplane to the outdoors, it's nice to have a bag that keeps gear dry and can be carried moderate distances in a pinch.
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Pack Company Wins Award After Using Same Fabric For 25+ Years

Minnesota packs recognized for bomber builds. We've used them and they last for years.
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'Back-to-School' Line In 2014 From Performance Pack-Maker Granite Gear

Granite Gear is known for its wilderness goods. Next year, the company announced a move aimed at the mass market.
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In The Making: 'Adventure Pack' For Dogs

A new dog-gear company has launched on Kickstarter featuring a pack with stretchable straps, an emergency handle, and waterproof pockets.
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Simple, Retro Daypack From REI

Vintage gear inspires the new Flashback Daypack from REI. Our editor gives it a test this summer.
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Backpacks, Footwear are NOT 'Made in China' (made in Ethiopia instead)

Startup brand Oliberté has a goal: Produce high-quality gear using native African resources and labor to improve the economic situation across the continent, one product at a time.
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