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Gear Tie - 2-Pack

Nite Ize Gear Tie - 2-Pack

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Rain Cover III - 2746-5500cu in

Deuter Rain Cover III - 2746-5500cu in


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Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Pack Cover

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UL Raincover

Osprey Packs UL Raincover

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Figure 9 Rope Tightener - Small

Nite Ize Figure 9 Rope Tightener - Small


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Pack Shelter

Arc'teryx Pack Shelter

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Rain Cover

Gregory Rain Cover

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Daylite Backpack Attachment - 750cu in

Osprey Packs Daylite Backpack Attachment - 750cu in


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  • purple
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Cloud Cover Pack Fly

Granite Gear Cloud Cover Pack Fly

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Crampon Pocket - 200 cu in

Osprey Packs Crampon Pocket - 200 cu in


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Rain Covers

Mountainsmith Rain Covers

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Pack Rain Cover

Mountain Hardwear Pack Rain Cover


Pack Rain Cover

The North Face Pack Rain Cover


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How to Pick the Right Pack

Snag the Bag You Need

Before you load up your gear for your next adventure, make sure you have the right pack for the job. There are a wide variety of differently sized packs equipped with a seemingly endless array of features to suit any adventure needs. But in general, packs can be broken down into three categories: daypacks, backpacking packs, and travel backpacks. Understanding the differences between each of these pack types can save you a lot of time and frustration when it’s time to narrow down your choices.


Daypacks are small to medium sized packs designed to hold a single day's worth of gear for everything from hiking and backcountry skiing to mountain biking and cragging.

Backpacking Packs:

Whether it's an overnight trip or a two-week trek, you'll need a backpacking backpack. These technical packs are designed to help you carry heavy loads over long distances.

Travel Packs:

If you're looking for an everyday pack to take on long flights, secure your laptop, or carry around campus, a travel pack is the right bag for the job.