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ARTICLES Gear SpotLite Reviews
Patagonia Lightweight Travel Pack SPOTLITE REVIEW
by Jay Ham
A lightweight travel/daypack with 3-point compression, pockets, and hydration compatability. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
GoLite Jam2 Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
GoLite makes some significant improvements on an old favorite – without increasing the weight! Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Osprey Talon 33 Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
High performance sub-2-pound, 2000 ci frameless pack for active light pursuits. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Wingnut Adventure 2006 Backpack REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
Small volume (1600 ci, 26 L) adventure racing pack that is ideal for biking and adequate for hiking. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
GoLite Multi-Sport Backpack REVIEW
by Alan Dixon
If you can fit your gear into 30 liters, for 1 pound 5 ounces you get a bomber pack with almost every conceivable feature (except a frame). Read More...
ARTICLES Trends Outdoor Retailer News
New Macpac AMP Light Backpacks (Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2006)
by Will Rietveld
For 2007, Macpac adds a new line of lightweight backpacks with lightweight durable fabrics and a very nice feature set. Read More...
ARTICLES Trends Outdoor Retailer News
GoLite Ultra Series Backpacks (Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2006)
by Will Rietveld
GoLite's new backpack lineup for 2007 expands on the success of the Jam with new designs, colors, and smarter feature sets. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear State of the Market Reports
Members Only SuperUltraLight Backpacks REVIEW SUMMARY
by Will Rietveld
These specialized packs are constructed of high-tech materials, weigh as little as 2.75 ounces, and are capable of carrying your sub-5-pound SUL kit for several days. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Mountain Laurel Designs Revelation Backpack REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
Built for the gear-obsessed SUL crowd, the 3.2 ounce Mountain Laurel Designs Revelation pack is the lightest pack on the market while still offering a usable set of features. Further, it is the first commercially-available pack to be constructed of high-tech Cuben Fiber fabric. Impressive – yes, but how does it stand up to the rigors of off-trail hiking? Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Mountain Laurel Designs 2006 Prophet Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Does the perfect frameless backpack exist? The Mountain Laurel Designs Prophet comes pretty darn close. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Ultralight Adventure Equipment (ULA) Conduit Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Looking for a weekend frameless pack that is both lightweight and durable? Check out the new ULA Conduit. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Six Moon Designs Essence Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Panel-loading ultralight frameless backpack with a large top pocket - a great feature set - but it also has a few limitations that affect its field performance. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Ultralight Adventure Equipment (ULA) Relay Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Both lightweight AND durable, the new ULA Relay is a full-featured frameless daypack capable of comfortably carrying a heavy load - but there are a few nits to pick. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
GoLite Rodeo Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Lightweight and versatile snow sports pack with nice features, but falls short in some areas. Read More...
ARTICLES Trends Outdoor Retailer News
Wild Things Icesac with Bullet Pocket (Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2006)
by Will Rietveld
An extremely durable and versatile pack, at home on an ice wall or a trail. Read More...
ARTICLES Trends Outdoor Retailer News
Wild Things Racer Pack (Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2006)
by Will Rietveld
The most durable (and unique) adventure racing pack in the world? Read More...
ARTICLES Trends Outdoor Retailer News
ULA Relay Frameless Backpack (Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2006)
by Will Rietveld
An ultralight, yet durable daypack or overnight backpack. Read More...
ARTICLES Trends Outdoor Retailer News
ULA Conduit Frameless Backpack (Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2006)
by Will Rietveld
In the uncrowded 3,000 cubic inch ultralight backpack category, the Conduit will make the ultralight enthusiast smile. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear SpotLite Reviews
Six Moon Designs Essence Backpack SPOTLITE REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
This 3,200 cubic inch, 13-ounce ultralight pack has loads of innovation and hits a sweet spot for one to three night ultralight backpacking trips. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
GoLite Team Backpack REVIEW
by Marty Coatney
Lightweight, frameless, water-hauling, 3300 ci backpack with lots of features - too many for non-adventure racers. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Vaude Rock Ultralight 25 Backpack REVIEW
by Ken Knight
Tough, tiny (1525 ci) frameless daypack or overnight pack for minimalists. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Fanatic Fringe Thompson Peak Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Improves on the classic (now discontinued) GoLite Breeze, and cuts the weight by a third. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Gossamer Gear G5 Hyperlight Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
It’s made of spinnaker fabric and must be "handled with care," but the volume to weight ratio will knock your socks off! Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Mountain Laurel Designs Prophet 25 Backpack REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
A well-designed, low volume 4.4-ounce pack for dayhikes or SuperUltraLight overnights. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Gossamer Gear Whisper Uberlight Backpack REVIEW
by Carol Crooker
Minimal features and prone-to-abrasion-damage spinnaker fabric make this the lightest 2000-cubic inch backpack on the market. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Fanatic Fringe Alpine Trail Backpack REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
A durable small volume pack for SuperUltraLight backpacking or day hiking that would benefit from load control features. Read More...
ARTICLES Trends Outdoor Retailer News
Mountain Hardwear Scrambler Backpack (Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2005)
by Jay Ham
An 11 oz lightweight pack or tough summit pack/stuff sack. Packs into its hood. Read More...
ARTICLES Trends Outdoor Retailer News
GoLite Multi-Sport Backpack (Outdoor Retailer Summer Market 2005)
by Jay Ham
1 lb 5 oz, 1900 cubic inch pack designed to handle the abuse of multi-sport activities. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear SpotLite Reviews
Integral Designs Silcoat Backpack SPOTLITE REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Simple, lightweight, and versatile. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear SpotLite Reviews
Six Moon Designs Comet Pack SPOTLITE REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Internal frame option, narrow profile, and ease of use are the hallmarks of this lighweight backpack. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Granite Gear Wisp Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
Technical day pack that keeps loads close (SUL'ers take note: you might be able to eke an overnight out this one...). Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Macpac 35 Amp Backpack REVIEW
by Stuart Bilby
Light materials with rugged durability, convenient gear access, and comfort for fastpacking. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Mont-Bell Lightweight Alpine 60 Backpack REVIEW
by Blake Morstad
A product performance review of the Mont-Bell Lightweight Alpine 60 internal frame pack. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Moonbow Gearskin Backpack REVIEW
by Doug Johnson
Product performance review of the Moonbow Gearskin frameless pack - a unique harness/compression system that acts like a pack. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Wild Things AT Backpack REVIEW
by Will Rietveld
A lightweight classic for many years: does it still have what it takes to compete with the new breed of frameless packs on the market? Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Camelbak Kronos Backpack REVIEW
by Don Wilson
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ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Gregory 2004 G Pack Backpack Review
by Jay Ham
Performance review of a lightweight frameless pack that focuses on utility and comfort. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear State of the Market Reports
Frameless Pack Review Summary
by Jay Ham
Summary review of frameless backpacks for the 2004 season. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Equinox Katahdin Review
by Will Rietveld
Review of the Equinox Katahdin frameless backpack. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
GoLite Jam Backpack REVIEW
by Alan Dixon
The GoLite Jam Backpack is a frameless pack that carries well. A smaller cousin to the GoLite Gust, the Jam offers a few more features and better load stability for smaller load volumes. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
GoLite Dawn Backpack REVIEW
by Ryan Jordan
The GoLite Dawn provides a compact, stable carry for small dense loads. Although billed as a day pack, the accomplished ultralight backpacker will find plenty of room for several nights on the trail. At less than a pound, the GoLite Dawn is a very attractive option for ultralight hiking with small volume loads. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Granite Gear Virga Review
by Alan Dixon
Review of the Granite Gear Virga frameless backpack. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Six Moon Designs Starlite Backpack Review
by Jay Ham
Review of the Six Moon Designs Starlite frameless backpack. Read More...
ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Ultralight Adventure Equipment (ULA) P-1 Pack
by the Product Review Staff
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ARTICLES Gear Reviews
GVP Gear G4 Pack
by the Product Review Staff
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ARTICLES Gear Reviews
Kiva Jazz Adventure Racing Pack
by the Product Review Staff
Kiva Jazz Adventure Racing Pack Read More...

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