Kagome Wearable Tomato

If you’re like me, halfway through a typical long run you get a yearning that’s both thirst and hunger. The only thing that can satisfy it? An ice-cold tomato.

The Hydration Pack You Need

Outside Online's Whitney Dreier had lost all hope for hydration packs, but then a friend and running expert introduced her to Nathan's race-targeted hydration systems. Enter the Nathan Zeal,...

Eddie Bauer First Ascent Sorcerer

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.

Hyperlite Mountain Gear 4400 Windrider

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.

The Best Packs of 2014

This year's top haulers got the Six Million Dollar Man treatment—they're better, stronger, and faster than ever before

Osprey Rev 12

Designed for trail runners and endurance racers, the mid-size Rev 12 is almost perfect.

Millet Matrix 30 MBS

With ice-ax retention you can release with the pack on, gear loops for ’biners and belay devices, and an integrated crampon pocket, the Matrix is purpose-built for ski mountaineering. But you don’t...

The Best Winter Packs of 2014

The best winter backpacks of 2014. Topping the list are packs from Quiksilver, Scott, Dakine, Gregory, Jones, and Arc'teryx.

Kelty PK 50 Backpack

Zipperless outdoor gear like the PK 50 is (almost) a trend this year at the show this year

Osprey Jet 18 Kids Daypack

Furnishing your child with a backpack of their own not only provides an easily accessible space for any nature trinkets your kiddo picks up along the way, but also teaches the concepts of packing and...

Gregory Border 35

Stands out in on-the-fly convenience, spaciousness, and durability.