C.A.M.P. XLP 290 - Daypack: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
C.A.M.P. XLP 290 - Daypack: Reviews

   Photo: Mark Wiens


This featherweight was designed for rando racers—think running uphill on skis, and then bombing back down—but easy access and minimalist design also made the 290 (as in grams) our testers' choice for the resort. It easily fits under a jacket, but at 1,098 cubic inches, it's big enough for the occasional hop out the gate, when you need to carry barely more than a shovel, probe, and extra layer. 10 oz; camp-usa.com

Bonus: Since it was designed for racing, you can access skis or skins without taking off the pack.

Bummer: Euro disco-theque yellow-green is the only color available.

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