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Gregory Baltoro 75: 2015 Gear of the Year Winner
The Eddie Bauer First Ascent Sorcerer goes from hauler to super-long hauler and can also be stripped down to a day-mission sack. Call it magic.
By employing Cuben fiber, a bantam-weight fabric that's waterproof and nearly impossible to rip, Maine-based Hyperlite achieves an impressive weight-to-carry-capacity ratio.
This year's top haulers got the Six Million Dollar Man treatment—they're better, stronger, and faster than ever before .
A dynamic pack with torso-hugging stability and plenty of comfort.
Versatile, breathable, and affordable.
Fits more than you would expect and is still respectably light.
An ultralight, ultra-affordable, and surprisingly capable pack.
Goes across continents as well as it goes up mountains.
Ideal for fast-moving technical forays, with a smart set of features that helps it do everything equally well.
Easily tailored to your body, with clever details and a surprisingly light weight.
Extremely well built and absolutely humongous.
Stands out with a vertical organization system and a handy wishbone wire suspension system.
The most comfortable suspension system we've tested and the most adept at mitigating oversize loads.