With an average of 43 feet of snow per year, Crater Lake is one of the best places to sample winter.
Mountainsmith Lariat 65 is a big-load bargain pack that'll last.
This pack's balance and close-fit is made complete with it's most exhaustive compression system.
Anywhere, any activity, this pack will carry your goods from bushwacking in Arizona to climbing Mt. Sneffels with an ice axe.
In constant downpour, the impermeable thermoplastic, PU-coated nylon material of this pack kept our tester's gear bone-dry.
Stability for heavy loads from a stiff nylon framesheet allow for minimal rubbing and improved balance with this "carry-anything workhorse" daypack.
These multiday packs provide excellent load support with comfortable designs that will help you move easily with any kind of terrain.
This pack is equipped with a suspension system that helps increase mobility and overall stability.
Take this pack on any trip as its design is made to handle big days, weekend trips and even ultralight expeditions.
Keep air circulating with this highly ventilated daypack.
A super durable jacket for the multisporter
Don’t muck up the performance of your pants by wearing cotton undies underneath.
This midweight merino top sports a hidden 7-inch diagonal zip
With Columbia’s Omni-Heat technology you get the warmth of a much thicker baselayer from a thin fabric
Stability is good in relationships and backpacks. It's guaranteed in the Mountain Hardwear's Kanza 55/Tadita 50 with its ability to flex to fit any spine position.