Peak Design is known for its intuitive and feature-rich camera accessories and packs. Its latest is no different.

Tough fabrics, comfortable suspension, and intelligent gear storage make these haulers stand out

These packs are perfect to tuck away for an adventure on a moment's notice

The blow-up back panel and shoulder straps create cushion and support in a lightweight, packable design

Keep your kid comfortable (and give yourself some peace)

A crowdfunding project promises to bring smoother pack-carrying experiences to the masses

Gear haulers slim down and grow up

The new women’s apparel we’re testing and loving right now

The Koch Brothers own the company that makes Cordura and its family of durable nylon fabrics, which are ubiquitous throughout the outdoor industry

The 42-liter pack stood up to more than a week in Yosemite's backcountry

These baby carriers will keep the whole family happy in nature

Osprey's new update was a long time coming, but it was worth the wait.

Days after the big-box retailer announced its new Premium Outdoor Store, at least five brands have dropped from the site

Whether you’re looking for a sleek hip pack or a behemoth bag that can carry the kitchen sink, there’s something for you in this list

Ask yourself: Is that french press really necessary for the backcountry?

Watch to see editor Bryan Rogala’s guide to lowering your base weight before hitting the trail. 

Slim, stylish, and affordable—this pack is a great daily carry

Take it from the people hoofing it between the Mexican and Canadian borders as we speak

Tough and waterproof, it fits everything you need for a day

An enduro mountain-biking pack, an adventure-travel duffel, and a hiking pack are coming to shelves this February

Durable fabrics, intelligent design, clean looks, and plenty of storage make this one of the best office-outdoor crossover bags we’ve tried

Women need packs that are just as capable as men’s—and they need them to fit right. Here are the best, most comfortable performers for all-around backpacking.

We had the chance to see the brand’s new packs, running shoes, hiking boots, and apparel nearly a year before they’ll hit shelves.

Humor isn't something you're born with—it takes work

Change how you travel the world with these staff favorites

A well-fitting hauler makes all the difference

When you want to make sure your essentials—phone, cash, etc.—don't end up in the drink

Here are my back-saving tips to do it right

Our writer spent years trying to find the perfect daypack. This is it.

We tested the Squamish XL, which is full of tech-oriented features to keep your gear organized and safe while you travel

Haulers big and small that go above and beyond

The new collection is durable and ready to haul, with an emphasis on comfort and easy access

A classic goes head-to-head with a modern rival

The fight to keep a 300-mile pipeline out of Jefferson National Forest is heating up. The Forest Service has cut off all food and water supplies to the protesters, and supporters are becoming desperate to help.

Taking some time off after graduation? Here's all the gear you need to travel the world.

For the photographer who cares about style and function

When it comes to daypacks, it's all about the details

The special-edition pack is made of G-1000 HeavyDuty Eco fabric to celebrate the 65th birthday of Fjällräven's first jacket

If you own a Generation 3.0 Mammut avalanche airbag pack from 2016 to 2018, the deployment cable may have been installed incorrectly.

Is Osprey's new "super ultralight" Levity/Lumina right for you? Unless you're a dedicated thru-hiker or gram weenie, probably not. But it's still pretty impressive.

They'll make your daily ride easier

The Texas company introduces four new products this spring. These are our first impressions after a long weekend with them.

Snow, sleet, or full-on torrential downpour, these packs keep your cargo safe

It's the simplest way for you—and all your stuff—to stay dry on the trail

Utah-based Cotopaxi has earned a lot of accolades for its progressive approach to philanthropy, including its commitment to donating 2 percent of all revenue to nonprofits that improve health, education, and the standard of living around the world. In recent years, the benefit corporation has supported malaria prevention in sub-Saharan…

Scientists investigate hip straps—the benefits aren’t as obvious as you think

Load them up, kick them through the snow—these haulers will serve you well no matter what.

The Koraloc Pack is the ultimate wave rider's companion

Why this 35-year-old fanny pack is still a perfect piece of gear

It's rare for a product to stand the test of time, but these seven items are as good as they ever were

Those folks up in the PNW know how to make nice-looking outdoor toys

Essentials for a basic kit to get you far, far out there

To make a supremely comfortable women's backpacking pack, Osprey found, it needed to send its designers out on the trail

Seven items that the Mystery Ranch founder always has on the trail

The Oregon-based drinkware company is branching out with its gear offerings

The result: quality gear made for the masses

Most of us really only need one internal-frame pack. Here's why it should be the Osprey Aether AG and not one of its super high-end, tech'ed out competitors.

Customize the inside of this pack for any adventure

The outdoor brand unveils the newest iteration of its car-camping products. We came away convinced it's all most of us will ever need.

Though created with older athletes in mind, these items are essential for every athlete—regardless of age

This backpack is essentially three packs in one

Beasts of burden that shoulder the load for you

This Backpack is Made From a Recycled Billboard

The best travel backpack ever made.

Bomber, good-looking gear haulers

This backpack is made from recycled sailcloth.

The Pack Makes it Easy to Transition From Your Desk to the Trail

You’ll always arrive looking like you know exactly where you’re going

This pack could save your life.

Mystery Ranch has a simple design philosophy: design stuff that fits and works for as many different people as possible

All other daypacks seem wimpy compared to this one

Power sources small enough for you to carry that run on solar, fire, or water are heavy and don't produce enough electricity to warrant schlepping into the backcountry

Packs to keep you adventuring, and safe, in the snow

Portland, Oregon-based CiloGear promises to sell you the most bomber, versatile alpine packs on the market

The people have spoken, and they really, really like this camera bag

Like to fly fish? You've met your match.