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Gear Review: Outdoor Research Lateral Dry Bag

A dry bag that doubles as a duffel.

Gear Review: GoLite TraveLite 30'' Wheeled Duffel

An expedition-size wheeled duffle.

Gear Review: High Sierra Wheeled Double Decker Ski and Snowboard Combo Bag

Keep all your equipment in one place with this durable ski and snowboard bag.

Gear Review: High Sierra Wheeled Double Decker Ski and Snowboard Combo Bag

Gear Review: NEMO Ditto Wallet

This ultralight wallet is made from recycled tent scraps.

Gear Review: Yakima RackandRoll 78

A trailer-like rack that holds up to four kayaks.

Gear Review: Granite Gear Uberlight CTF3 Drysacks

Quite possibly the world's lightest waterproof stuffsacks

Gear Review: Eagle Creek Mobile Locker

Don't let a bike commute cramp your style.

Gear Review: Eagle Creek Abominable Snowbag

This convenient travel snowbag pays for itself quickly.

Editors' Choice 2009 Gold Award: The North Face Base Camp Duffel

There might be a journey too daunting for this load hauler. But it's not on this planet.

Load Lifters: Adventure-Worthy Luggage

Traveling heavy? Transport–and protect–your cargo in these globe-tested bags.

Travel Like a Pro

Master every detail of far-flung adventure–from visas to vaccinations–with these time-tested tips from guides and veteran globetrotters.

Travel Like a Pro: What to Do When You Get There

Start your adventure right with these tips on getting to the trailhead and keeping in contact once you get there.

Travel Like a Pro: Tips for En Route

Leave that fuel canister at home, and other tips to consider when you're packing for your international adventure.

Travel Like a Pro: What to Do Before You Leave

Don't suffer through a poorly planned trip: Use our tips to choose a destination and create a to-do list to begin your adventure.

Camera Pack: LowePro CompuRover

LowePro CompuRover is the outdoor photographer's best friend.

Traveler's Daypack: Patagonia Scramble 35

For a rough day on the trail, wear Patagonia's stable Scramble 35 daypack.

All-In-One Luggage: High Sierra Overpass Wheeled

Roll, carry, or tote around your gear with the versatile High Sierra Overpass Wheeled bag.

Classic Duffel: The North Face Base Camp Series

The North Face Base Camp Series duffel is reliable through the worst dragging, zipper-yanking and rain.

Lightweight Roller: Granite Gear Ultraflight 115

Durable and lightweight, the Granite Gear Ultraflight 115 will keep you rolling.

Heavy Duty Roller: Mountain Hardwear Juggernaut Series

Use and abuse the tough Mountain Hardware Juggernaut Series luggage.

Pack Fast, Pack Right

Organization and preparation will make your next overnight or day-hike packing session easy. Below, the Backpacker editors showcase their mistakes for your benefit.

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