Backpacks, Buttpacks, and Hauling

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Selecting the best backpack for you depends on a few important factors such as application, season, your body type and your personal preferences.
1 2 38 weeks 4 days ago
by BackpackExplorer
Classic Old School External Framed Backpacks.
2 2 3 years 3 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Innovation allows load closer to center of gravity. Less weight capacity, warmer in Winter.
1 1 3 years 28 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Little or no framing, much less weight capacity, lifespan, and durability.
3 3 3 years 28 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
AT the forefront of Innovation
2 2 3 years 28 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Essential for scramblers. Sometimes good for short trips.
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Optional gear puts camera, maps, snacks, journal in reach.
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Other types of Packs and hauling solutions, such as shelved packframes.
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