Snacks, water, and diapers—these fit it all
The season’s haulers emphasize user-friendliness
From light and adaptable to strong workhorses
The Everyday Sling from Peak Design can fit a full camera body and two lenses.
With waxed cotton fabric and no external pockets, these bags are a far cry from Osprey’s traditional fare
Women need packs that are just as capable as men’s—and they need them to fit right. Here are the best, most comfortable performers for all-around backpacking.
Besides your hiking boots, your daypack is your most-used piece of gear. These are our favorites.
Everything from a spare battery to a rainjacket
We tested the Squamish XL, which is full of tech-oriented features to keep your gear organized and safe while you travel
From insulated water bottles to portable toilet-paper rolls, here's what our staff never leaves home without
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