A dry bag that doubles as a duffel.
An expedition-size wheeled duffle.
Keep all your equipment in one place with this durable ski and snowboard bag.
This ultralight wallet is made from recycled tent scraps.
A trailer-like rack that holds up to four kayaks.
Quite possibly the world's lightest waterproof stuffsacks
Don't let a bike commute cramp your style.
This convenient travel snowbag pays for itself quickly.
There might be a journey too daunting for this load hauler. But it's not on this planet.
Traveling heavy? Transport–and protect–your cargo in these globe-tested bags.
Master every detail of far-flung adventure–from visas to vaccinations–with these time-tested tips from guides and veteran globetrotters.
Start your adventure right with these tips on getting to the trailhead and keeping in contact once you get there.
Leave that fuel canister at home, and other tips to consider when you're packing for your international adventure.
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.
LowePro CompuRover is the outdoor photographer's best friend.
For a rough day on the trail, wear Patagonia's stable Scramble 35 daypack.
Roll, carry, or tote around your gear with the versatile High Sierra Overpass Wheeled bag.
The North Face Base Camp Series duffel is reliable through the worst dragging, zipper-yanking and rain.
Durable and lightweight, the Granite Gear Ultraflight 115 will keep you rolling.
Use and abuse the tough Mountain Hardware Juggernaut Series luggage.
Organization and preparation will make your next overnight or day-hike packing session easy. Below, the Backpacker editors showcase their mistakes for your benefit.