The trailblazer 30 from Montane is a close-fitting, lightweight multi-day pack, weighing in at approximately 800g, it is available in either Electric Blue or Charcoal, as the name suggests it has a 30-litre storage capacity, designed for rapid, long-distance mountain trails with its low weight, stability and quick access to your gear.
STM Goods was born in 1998 when Ethan Nyholm resourcefully slipped his new laptop into a padded postal envelope for protection while carrying it around in his hiking pack. From here he teamed up with co-worker Adina Jacobs to create products specifically designed to protect digital gear while offering a fashion-forward look. The latest offering from STM, the Myth is a bag that has both style and substance. the Myth was brought to life,.
Dakine’s ‘Cyclone’ range is made for the world of surfing. Now, when you think of surfers, you may conjure up the idea some topless, muscle bound Adonis (or is that just me?) but, in reality, you have spare clothes, your phone, keys, wallet, sun cream and maybe some snacks, and you need somewhere to keep all that uncool but essential gear.
The Nebula 34 has been created to be a versatile everyday bag, whether you are commuting or hiking, with lots of pockets and features to keep you organised on the go. As the name suggests this is a 34L backpack and comes in a variety of attractive designs: Navy Blue, Black, Robust Red, Komodo Green and Armor Grey (the sample we received, which has a funky orange back in interior lining).
‘Frost River’ specialises in outdoor adventure packs: with no unnecessary frills, this stripped-back bag looks as rugged and tough as an American woodsman. The Nessmuk Pack has been designed as a replica of writer George Washington Sears’ old Maine Guide pack, all the way back in the 1880’s. With Frost River believing you can’t improve on perfection, the Nessmuk measures up 16"h x 12"w x 5.5"d, plus pockets and expansion from 1056 c.i. (Actual) to 1900 c.i. (approx.).
The X25 is like a transformer but without embarrassing five films left in its wake, you can change from a slim laptop backpack to a large travel backpack that is carry-on compatible with suitcase style access - with a backwards design for security, all access points and zips lay pressed against your back, so no tea leaf fingers can access the bag without your knowing. The X25 converts from a slim and compact commute bag, 47cm x 35cm x 13cm (18.5inch x 13.77inch x 4inch), into an expanded 55cm x 35cm x 20 cm (21.65inch x 13.77inch x 7.87inch) size travel ba