Packs

Sundborg, Caitlin
Need a good pack, but don’t want to fork over $400 to get one? Check out the Everest 65+10 by High Peak. Straps and buckles galore make adjusting the frame easy and allow you to find your perfect fit while minimizing frustration. Read more >>
Bass, Rick
Comparing these to the big Gregory Serrac 45 would be to compare grapefruit and grapes. I’m partial to the kitchen-sink style of daypacking, so the Serrac suits that need wonderfully. Read more >>
Bass, Rick
The Talus and Salish are two sweet little packs from the Jansport Cloud Ripper series. Both are small and snug and tight on the body, resulting in high functionality no matter the activity. Read more >>
Reuss, Dave
What’s the next new product at Mystery Ranch? “We’re bringing out a ski pack that has an avalanche buoyancy system built into it,” Dana says. When activated, the Blackjack deploys a 150-liter inflatable airbag designed to keep the skier’s head and body above the slide. Read more >>
Murphy, Terri
Lilypond is a new company specializing in stylish, sporty women’s bags, luggage, and accessories, including the sharp-looking Evening Star Backpack. Read more >>
Roderer, Ian
When the river’s too muddy to fish or your legs need rest after summiting the Sphinx, a great low-impact option around Ennis is Madison Meadows Golf Course. Read more >>
Editors
The Sierra Designs Veranda 3 Tent is the perfect crash pad for three weary travelers—or in our case, two people and two dogs. This snazzy three-season shelter is designed for comfort, with two doors, two vestibules, a high ceiling, and a panorama window to enjoy the view. Read more >>
Krueger, Ryan
New this season is the Kode 38 pack by Osprey, specifically built for those who prefer to play in the backcountry. Designed for winter tours and backcountry trips, I was impressed at how Osprey has put together a winter pack with so many different features. Read more >>
Krueger, Ryan
Once again, the people at Mystery Ranch have built a ski pack that raises the bar. The Fuze is a larger-volume version of the famous Saddle Peak pack that hit the slopes last season. Read more >>
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