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Travelpro Platinum Elite 22” Expandable Carry-On Rollaboard

By Ramsey | December 14, 2020

If you have seen the Travelpro Platinum Elite 22” Expandable Carry-On Rollaboard before, it is probably because an airline crew person was dragging it in front of you. Travelpro is synonymous with air travel for the durability, practicality, and pricing of its high-quality bags. You can invest in an excellent bag that is ready to…

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Gregory Resin 24 Pack

Pack it Sustainably with the Gregory Resin 24 Pack

By Jill | November 27, 2020

If you’re Earth-minded, you’re constantly searching for responsible products that follow an environmentally sustainable path. Sometimes it’s easy, other times less so. The Gregory Resin 24 Pack is designed using the company’s product lifecycle tool to make smart design decisions that result in a reduced impact on the planet. Built entirely from recycled fabrics, the…

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Zenbivy Dry Sack and Compression Cap

By Leah Guill | November 23, 2020

Zenbivy has added to its arsenal of great products with the Zenbivy Dry Sack and Compression Caps. Both made from the same quality materials and construction we have come to expect from Zenbivy, we are excited to push them to their limits for this review. Dry Sack Zenbivy Dry Sacks come in three sizes and…

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Craving a Maven from Gregory Backpacks

By Leah Guill | October 12, 2020

Dearest Quarantine, we are over you and ready to responsibly take our children to a land where nature is our screen. Zion has been on our bucket list for a while and now it’s time to see it. For this backpacking trip, the Maven from Gregory Backpacks will be my go-to pack. This will be…

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All Hazards Prime 29L Backpack from 5.11 Tactical

By Leah Guill | October 7, 2020

I have used the 5.11 All Hazards Prime 29L Backpack on a daily basis, for about 3 months. The short of it is, this pack is bullet proof! I use this pack for everything. I use it as my daily go bag for work, over night trips, tactical training, hikes and general rucking. As an…

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Klymit Day Bag

Easy-to-Pack Klymit Day Bag

By Jill | October 2, 2020

When traveling light, it’s key to narrow down the number and weight of the bags you bring along. But that carry-on backpack that totes your laptop and a bunch of vacation essentials isn’t always the light day bag that you want to carry along on your excursions once you get to your destination. That’s why…

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Cotopaxi Taal convertible tote for your next adventure

By Amy | September 15, 2020

If you’re road tripping, camping, or otherwise traveling in a socially-distanced, safe way this fall, do it in style with a company that’s doing good. Cotopaxi has long been known for their ‘Do good’ campaign, which donates 1 percent of their annual revenues to the Cotopaxi Foundation, and their products designed and made with environmental…

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Briggs & Riley Delve Convertible Brief Bag

By Ramsey | June 8, 2020

If you cannot decide between taking a briefcase or a backpack on your next trip, the Briggs & Riley Delve Convertible Brief Bag could be the ideal travel companion. This day pack can function as both, and it comes with a cross-body sling so you can easily take it to work, the gym, on a…

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Six Moon Designs Daybreaker pack for home and abroad

By Amy | June 3, 2020

I’ve been a fan of Six Moon Designs since trying out their international travel pack, which went around Europe and India with my teenage son. Their Daybreaker daypack utilizes the same intentional design elements that I appreciated in the larger pack, making it perfect for both day hikes or day trips during longer vacations or…

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Speck Travel 29-Inch Upright bag

By Ramsey | June 1, 2020

The Speck Travel 29-Inch Upright bag retails for $250 on the Speck Travel website. Its smaller versions are priced lower, and there are many different color options.

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