Most of us really only need one internal-frame pack. Here's why it should be the new Osprey Aether AG and not one of its super high-end, tech'ed out competitors.
Kuiu relies on aerospace engineering to literally take the weight off your shoulders
Serious about minimalism? Then this is the pack for you.
Think about it this way: your pack is doubly important because (1) it holds almost all your gear, and (2) it’s literally the monkey on your back. There’s been a big-pack renaissance of late, and not only are our favorite big haulers lighter than their predecessors, they also fit and feel better, thanks to smart innovations.
My wife and I are taking our two teenage kids on a trip to Europe. We'll be traveling for 15 days and to avoid hassle, we’ve decided to carry only backpacks. How do I choose the right packs?
I'm a photographer and cinematographer, and I'm looking for a backpack that can double as a photo bag for hiking, skiing, and mountain climbing. I've found that Lowepro bags are too small. What do you recommend?
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