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Backpacking with the Klymit Motion 60 Backpack

Klymit Motion 60 Backpack Review

The Klymit Motion 60 is a multi-day backpack that uses a removable inflatable pad to augment its frame providing increased comfort and support. A 60 liter alpine-style pack with a top lid and four tiers of side compression, the Motion 60 can haul a serious amount of gear, but also compresses down to a lower […]

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The hip belt of your backpack should cover front of your illiac crest

How Should a Backpack Hip Belt Fit?

When buying a backpack you want to make sure that the hip belt is long enough so that it transfers most of your pack weight off your shoulders and onto your hips so that you can use the biggest muscles in your body, your legs, to carry most of the weight. It sounds obvious, but I […]

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The Osprey Exos has a curved back which is ventilated to help evaporate sweat.

Osprey Packs Exos 58 Backpack Review

The Osprey Packs Exos 58 is a lightweight, multi-day backpack that’s excellent for long distance thru-hiking, weekend backpacking and other multi-sport trips. Weighing a mere 2 pounds 10 ounces in a size medium (torso length 18″-21″), the Exos 58 has a rigid but lightweight aluminum frame and a ventilated back panel that will keep you comfortable even […]

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The Boreas Gear Lost Coast 60 is a lightweight alpine style backpack suitable for multi-day backpacking and adventure travel.

Boreas Lost Coast 60 Backpack Review

The Boreas Gear Lost Coast 60 Backpack is an internal-frame backpack suitable for multi-day backpacking trips and adventure travel. With a lively color pallette, the Lost Coast is a very comfortable, stylish, and streamlined technical backpack that will appeal to hikers who want one pack for backcountry adventure and more urban endeavors. While the Lost Coast is a […]

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