The Osprey Raven 10 Hydration Pack offers a great female-specific fit and some well thought out features.
If you’re not a slave to fashion, the UltrAspire Impulse Hydration Belt offers a level of comfort and convenience that’s hard to match with a traditional hydration pack or ‘enduro’ fanny pack.
The Mammut Pro Protection 35L offers another layer of avalanche safety and helps to protect against head trauma. Two of our reviewers weigh in.
If you want a well-featured, versatile alpine pack that won’t break the bank, check out the redesigned Black Diamond Speed 30.
Cotopaxi is a company that’s committed to doing tangible good around the world, and to making great products. We put their 20 liter ski-carry pack to the test.
The Granite Gear Nimbus Trace Access 70 is lightweight pack for heavy loads that comes with a customizable suspension system, but you ought to try it on first.
The Metolius Crag Station’s hybrid duffel / backpack design make it an attractive, efficient option for day trips to a crag.
Black Diamond’s JetForce Avalanche Airbag technology is a game changer. We review the new tech in general, and the Halo 28 JetForce Pack in particular.
The Mystery Ranch Terraplane has an incredibly comfortable suspension system and excels at carrying heavy loads.
With impressive durability, a useful set of features, and a very comfortable suspension system, the MHM Fifty-Two 80 is an excellent high-volume backpack.
The Cold Cold World Chernobyl is a fully customizable, well-built pack. And more than three years of testing have proven it to be really damn durable, too.
The MHM Flatiron 42 is a well-designed, adjustable pack that bridges the gap between weekend trips and day excursions.
The Dry Case Waterproof Backpack is a good option for short, rainy day hikes and commutes.
The Dakine Poacher 45L works well year-round, and it comes with some thoughtful, well-designed features.
The Ogio Baja 70 Hydration Pack does exactly what it’s intended to do: carry your essential ride supplies comfortably and securely.
Intended for both skiers and snowboarders, the PowderKeg 32 offers a lot of storage for a pack this size, and it lets you carry your skis or your board however you want.
The Perspektiv, part of Thule’s new series of camera-specific bags, is lightweight, thoughtfully designed, and particularly well suited for any hiking endeavors.
The suspension system and super durable materials set the MHM Salute 34 apart from most other daypacks on the market.
If you’re skinning up, hiking into, or riding down mountains with camera gear, the F-stop Loka should be regarded as an essential component of your kit.
An avy-airbag when you want it, a regular pack when you don’t, the Removable Air System of the Mammut Pro R.A.S. 35 makes this pack a versatile, multi-season option.