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Mystery Ranch Men's Stein 62 Pack
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Men's Stein 62 Pack

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Osprey Women's Ariel AG 65 Pack
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Women's Ariel AG 65 Pack

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Gregory Men's Baltoro 75L Goal Zero Pack
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Men's Baltoro 75L Goal Zero Pack

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Mystery Ranch Daily Pack
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Daily Pack

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Gregory Women's Deva 70L Pack
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Women's Deva 70L Pack

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Gregory Men's Baltoro 75L Pack
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Men's Baltoro 75L Pack

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Gregory Men's Baltoro 65L Pack
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Men's Baltoro 65L Pack

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About Expedition Packs:

Expedition packs and travel backpacks are essential when planning for an extended trip. Your life just got so much easier thanks to weather protection, organizational compartments, optimal padding, adjustability and suspension systems. Whether you are backpacking in the Pacific Northwest or mountaineering on Denali, you'll find your pack to be much more comfortable and supportive than you ever thought possible.

Seriously though, expedition packs are made to hold all the gear you could possibly need when out in the field for a couple weeks. Obviously, you'll be able to carry all the normal camping gear like a sleeping bag, tent, stove, food, clothes, water, and what not. However, if you're actually on some sort of expedition, then chances are you'll also have other gear for scientific research, photography, medical supplies, or whatever else badass people do that require a backpack so large.

Expedition and travel backpack research and design have come a long way in the past few years too. No longer is carrying 50+ pounds of gear super uncomfortable. With improved frames and ergonomic suspension systems, these packs aren't only comfortable, but also help to reduce moisture build up on your back with air flow technologies that help keep you both cool and dry. The weights of most expedition packs have also been reduced to pretty much nothing. Gone are the days of the super heavy metal frames. The only thing weighing these backpacks down now is whatever gear you need to keep stored inside them.