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Black Wolf Bladerunner

Black Wolf Bladerunner

3.9 from 18 reviews

Latest review: My wife and I have had our 80 20 blade runner bags for 3 years. So far they have survived 2 back packer style trips through Central Europe and the Balkans and more recently a trip through the Middle

Caribee Sky Master 40

Caribee Sky Master 40

4.5 from 11 reviews

Latest review: This is one of the most comfortable backpacks. The straps are thick and padded. It comes with a removable crossover strategy. Very roomy with plenty of compartments a well thought out back pack. It

DMH Outdoors Hike-Lite

DMH Outdoors Hike-Lite

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Brilliant product, when weight is an important consideration and you need to pack a lot of gear. Tested and used by Scouts and Guides. Our scout group bought these packs as they were light and allow

Kathmandu Vanguard

Kathmandu Vanguard

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: An extremely good pack that should last you a good number of long treks even in very rough conditions (ie Alpine/back-country). Combines technical elements with practicallity. Good quality materials

Macpac Cascade

Macpac Cascade · includes 4 listings

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I have a number of packs/day bags etc. Alot of them have not gone the distance however this pack was the first pack I ever purchased and it has seen other packs come and go and it still works like

Black Wolf Sierra

Black Wolf Sierra

5.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: have this back pack for about 5 years and been with it in many countries, never let me down and still love it! very light, massive space, lots of compression straps, day bag with hydration pack

Lowepro Pro Runner BP 450 AW II

Lowepro Pro Runner BP 450 AW II

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I upgraded to this bag after my previous Camera Bag was simply not going to be able to carry everything I needed for a trip overseas and while at home. I was pleasantly surprised by the huge amount

Blackwolf Echo 32 Daypack

Blackwolf Echo 32 Daypack

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I got this bag on special for 60 bucks. It is so good. Perfect size to keep your laptop and spare gym clothes in. Plenty of little pockets for storing books, keys and anything else. I use it to go

Black Wolf Woody 30

Black Wolf Woody 30

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Had this bag over 5 years, used every day, as i ride to work,big enough for boots and uniform,many pockets to keep stuff inside,pretty water resistant,the only reason i bought another was the zip

Macpac Amp 40

Macpac Amp 40

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I bought this pack because it was the lightest available off the shelf in Sydney Australia. Macpac was the only company that offered a pack under 1 kg. I have used the pack three times on long range

Kathmandu Eos 28L Pack

Kathmandu Eos 28L Pack

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I decided on this model because it is so light and features waist straps to help handle the weight. I find it annoying that when you prop the bag up it always slides face down onto the ground because

Osprey Atmos 25 / 35

Osprey Atmos 25 / 35 · includes 2 listings

5.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: This is a compact , bright bag which is great for storing a couple of pieces of clothes for overnight . It can also fit in the smaller notebook. The mesh at the back is excellent and helps with

Tatonka Bison 75 EXP

Tatonka Bison 75 EXP

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Well designed rucksack with a heap of great features. It's extremely durable and comfortable. I shopped around for a weeks and in the end this rucksack ticked all the boxes. It's also exceptional

Deuter Quantum 70 + 10

Deuter Quantum 70 + 10

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: A superbly designed 70 litre backpack and 10 litre detachable daypack. Everything's in it's right place. The bags raincover is accessible by a zip on the very bottom. There's a bottom compartment

Macpac Torre

Macpac Torre

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: The best macpac rucksac. Choose Macpac for carrying extreme loads over any distance. The best rucksack I've ever owned. Also consider the Ascent XPD Absolutely bombproof. Basically; if you are

Lowe Alpine TFX Nuptse ND 60:75

Lowe Alpine TFX Nuptse ND 60:75

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I just love this bag, it's brilliant. I've been backpacking around South America, North America and New Zealand with it and the fabric has stood up to a lot of heavy usage including long coach

Tatonka Skill

Tatonka Skill

5.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: Have had a few Tatonka packs and recently purchased a new Skill 30. It was light with a vented back system perfect for the heat of summer here in Australia. Decided I would take it on a recent trip

Everki Studio

Everki Studio

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: You can't fault the quality on this bag, and it has a host of features but I think what I didn't realise is how small it is. So that's good for limited city travel where you just want to take a

Tatonka Tivano

Tatonka Tivano · includes 2 listings

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Despite the weight, and it being a VERY generous 30 litre, I found this pack to be exceptionally comfortable. The adjustable carrying system meant that it fitted well, and the vented back kept me

Arc'teryx Altra 75

Arc'teryx Altra 75

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: After a number of 2 - 3 day hikes in varying terrain including kosiosko mountain range and coastal treks South of Sydney back has proven to be comfortable and solid pack. Articulating disc belt works

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