REI’s Flash 18 pack has everything you need.
At just 2.6 pounds, the Guide Lite skimps on weight without forgoing a sturdy frame.
Think of your pack as a closet on your back. And just as there’s no right way to fold your clothes, there’s no single pack that’s suited to everyone. But allow us to offer some advice.
The Side Country offers good versatility at a killer price.
The Steep's intricate pocket system will help you stay organized on your trek.
Despite some odd zipper placement, the Chuter is a refreshing new take on pack organization.
The Revelation features a snow-safety breathing device for treacherous terrain.
This winter mountaineering marvel just barely missed out on our Gear of the Year tag.
If you need a pack fit for an extended mission, look no further than the Baltoro.
At four and a half pounds, the Lite 35 was the lightest pack we tested, making it ideal for long tours.
The Float 32 pack is a no-brainer for the budget-minded explorer.
The Dakine uses nitrogen canisters for inflation which are more stable at high altitudes.
Outside reviews the the best gear of Outdoor Retailer, including the Fjallraven Kajka.
A waterproof pack that weighs no more than a garbage bag and can fit in your back pocket.
Ease your load with these packs, including the Gregory Sage 45, which testers loved for its back panel, which perfectly fits the lumbar spine; the North Face Minera 30, a simple daypack with a widely...