Category: Bag

Ultralight Adventure Equipment Catalyst Review

Ultralight Adventure Equipment Catalyst

The Catalyst is far and away, one of those lightest-weight packs that may carry a moderate load comfortably. Since debuting in 2001, ULA (Ultralight Adventure Equipment) was a prominent force in the long-distance trekking community. ULA clarifies the Catalyst as a”tried and true workhorse” and we’d need to agree wholeheartedly, earning it our Best Pick […]

REI Co-op Ruckpack 65 Review

Performance of Co-op Ruckpack

There are many attributes which make this pack a pleasure to travel with. The whole back zips opens, permitting access. Apart from a zipper on one side, this is the opening to this pack’s main compartment, however we never had difficulty locating the gear we had, so long as the package was laying flat on […]

Kelty Redwing 44 Backpack Review

Kelty Redwing 44 Backpack

The package is well-featured for a number of uses, simple to use, and comfortable. It seems more like a package that is backpacking, so it’s a little too casual, and more conspicuous for travel but it works nicely to excursions. It’ll take you also, and on hostel-hopping, a backpacking trip to the crag. kelty redwing […]

REI Crestrail 70 Review

REI Crestrail 70 Review

Some people might prefer the two little entry pockets higher on the pack, but we thought that they should have just placed both zippers on one side to make a slightly larger easier to use access point versus just two hard to use ones. We also enjoyed the inverse pull waist belt. The super extended […]

Osprey Rook 65 Rucksack Review

Camping Backpack Osprey Rook 65

We think this package could be perfect for those who don’t need to carry loads that are heavy or don’t need to carry their packs far. It has many of the features we look for in a backpack lid pocket, water bottle pockets, and compartment access. It can be adjusted quickly and contains Osprey’s airspeed […]