Packs

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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