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Analog Siphon Backpack

Who says that you can't take it all with you? Whether you're headed for the backcountry or just going to the park, the Analog Siphon Backpack offers the space and comfort components you demand to haul an array of essentials, such as a Giro cycling helmet, hydration equipment or perhaps a Cloudveil jacket. The thoughtfully-designed backpanel and shoulder straps provide comfortable shaping for excellent support and enhanced comfort. Up top on the Analog Siphon Backpack you'll find a generous opening for convenient access to backpack stuff.

Price: $41.95

Vaude Womens Maremma 26 Daypack

Spacious hiking backpack for short tours, individualized it with the F.L.A.S.H. adjustment of the shoulder straps, specifically designed for women. Zip pocket in the lid, Additional zip lid pocket inside, Gear loops, Side outer pocket with organizer, Webbing hip belt, Softly padded, anatomical shoulder straps, Sternum strap with whistle, Opening for hydration system, Separate small pocket, can also be attached to the belt, Seating mat, Compass

Price: $109.95

Patagonia Crosstown

Crosstown or cross-country, the fully featured commuter Crosstown Backpack from Patagonia keeps you organized whether you're office-bound, hiking the steep and narrow, or somewhere in the global commute. Inside its zippered main compartment, it features a suspended, self-adjusting padded sleeve that accommodates up to a 17-inch laptop. A secondary zippered compartment opens to an office organizer, and a front catch-all sleeve (with hidden zipper) provides easy access to documents. With a stretch-woven water-bottle pocket, a fleece-lined top pocket that protects sunglasses or electronics, 3-D spacer-mesh backpack straps and back padding for comfort and breathability, and an adjustable sternum strap with built-in safety whistle. Made with 1,200-denier 100% recycled polyester with a canvas texture, polyurethane coating and a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish.

Price: $99

Columbia Lobex Lumbar Pack

Like dinner with the in-laws, running with a backpack can get awkward at times. Enter the Lobex Lumbar Pack from Columbia Sportswear: a light-and-fast waist pack with the featherweight yet supportive Mobex-rod-frame construction. Its built for moving quickly and carrying the bare minimumthink marathon training or daring trail ascents. Mesh internal gear organizers keep all your cargo secure and accommodate up to a 50-ounce hydration bladder. The fully wrapping hip belt and padded back are breathable and supremely comfortable. In fact, we have it on good authority from our testing team that after the first mile in the Lobex, you forget its even there.

Price: $55.29

JanSport Katahdin 70L Backpacking Pack

The terminus of the Appalachian Trail, Mt Katahdin is situated after the remote, rugged, and breathtakingly beautiful 100 Mile Wilderness how long will it take you to reach the summit? Pack more than you'll need for the journey in the JanSport Katahdin 70L Backpacking Pack. Made for shouldering a heavy load comfortably, this backpack has an adjustable suspension system, a fully padded back panel, a padded hipbelt and shoulder straps. The hydration sleeve gives you a place to keep your reservoir (not included) while the sleeping bag compartment, top lid pocket, and multiple smaller pockets keep your gear organized and easy to access. Whether you plan for 1 week or 2, your back will thank you when you hoist all that food in the JanSport Katahdin 70L Pack.

Price: $113.69