Eagle Creek suitcase 'Morphs' into Multiple Bags

Two bags in one. That’s the concept behind the to-be-released Eagle Creek Morphus 22, a nifty piece of rolling luggage with a removable backpack and more.
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Travel the world with one (highly expandable) roller bag

Roller bags rarely make our news feed, but once in a while a brand does something notably different. That's surely the case with the Ascender 22 from Kelty, which converts from carry-on size to a checked bag in a blink.
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Ski Bags made from Recycled Billboard Vinyl

U.S. highway billboard vinyl is a thin, durable, and recyclable material. A new brand has built ski bags made of the material, which might otherwise end up in a landfill.
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Vankar Shamji, an Indian weaver, made my pack look awesome

Is it possible to preserve distant cultures with backpacks? ETHNOTEK is attempting to do just that with its line of bags and packs that incorporate directly-sourced fabrics from artisans around the world.
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First Look: Bear Grylls unveils line of Camping gear

The British survival celebrity makes a comeback to TV this summer and simultaneously stamps his name on a full line of camping gear. Last week, GearJunkie got a sneak peek.
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Waterproof Adventure Duffel put to Test

Our writer tests the waterproof and rugged SealLine Duffel on an adventure trip through the wilds of Alaska. It has a drysuit zipper and fits 75 liters' worth of gear, enough for a weeklong trip.
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'Faster, Lighter' Mountainsmith Pack for 2013

A fair deal at $129, this to-be-released backpacking model from Mountainsmith promises to catch attention for next season. We got a first look at the 50-liter pack last week.
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Dragged behind a Truck? 'Honey Badger' backpack Don't Care.

A backpack that's durable? Sure. A pannier that can withstand the elements? Definitely. But what about a pack that does both. . . and can survive a truck-drag durability test?
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'Bells and Whistles' Backpack Humps a Large Load

Uber-engineered the German way, the AirContact packs from Deuter GmbH have all the features you need to haul gear on big trips into the wilds, and then some. Straps, pockets, and touches like an air-channel back panel and "pivoting hip fins" set the lux pack apart.
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Hard-Side Suitcase Keeps Gear Safe for Travel

A polycarbonate shell that zips closed keeps equipment safe inside this $125 case. Our writer rolls the Spinner model from eBags on a few trips to test it out.
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