Fanny packs are perfect for backpacking or everyday use. Find out what we recommend for best waterproof fanny packs, men’s fanny packs and more!
Looking for the perfect 2 person backpacking quilt? The Enlightened Equipment Accomplice is a great choice! This double sleeping bag checks all the boxes.
The Durston X-Mid 2P Tent is a great 2-person tent with a winning combination of low cost, low weight, a ton of livable area & great storm performance
Gaia GPS, the best hiking GPS App is even faster & easier to use. GAIA GPS maps are stunningly sharp & include National Geographic Trails Illustrated Maps…
Get the best trekking poles for hiking & backpacking. Our picks are backed by scientific analysis & extensive field experience all over the word!
Buy wisely and be safe! This post has the best Satellite Messengers that will get help when needed and reassure family and loved ones that you are OK when everything is hunky dory. And yes, there are HUGE differences between devices.
Here are the best inexpensive 2 Person Tents (some in the $100-$150 range) that are light enough for backpacking, while being comfortable enough for more luxurious car camping outings.
The 1.9 lb REI Co-op Flash Air 2 Tent is an exceptionally light user-friendly, 2-person ultralight tent that’s also a great value.
The $16 HIKPRO 20L Backpack is a great value for a light daypack. Best, it delivers in-field performance at a fraction of the cost & weight of most daypacks from well-known brands.
A backpack is the single most important piece of gear that any backpacker will own. As such, there is no reason to settle for a heavy, old-school pack. That’s why this buyer’s guide highlights the very best backpacking backpacks for hiking in 2020. Below you will find exceptional and light hiking backpacks for men and women, and for all types of backcountry adventures and budgets. From the top all-round performers, to ultralight backpacks we have you covered!
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