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Head Street Backpack

Who says that you can't take everything with you? Whether you're trotting off for the tundra or just ambling to the park, the Head Street Backpack features the carrying capacity and comfort accoutrements you demand to carry a range of essentials, such as GPS devices, SIGG water bottles or perhaps a Marmot jacket. The thoughtfully-designed backpanel and shoulder straps feature comfortable shaping for excellent support and enhanced comfort. Up top on the Head Street Backpack you'll discover a big opening for easy access to backpack gear.

Price: $51.95

Sierra Designs Womens Rejoice 30 Backpack

With a super-size-me front pocket, hipbelt snap-or-snack pockets, radio/GPS attachment points, and a multitude of access points, the Sierra Designs Women's Rejoice 30 Backpack parallels other backcountry packs in terms of features… it's just a tad more compact. In other words, it's ready to hold everything the minimalist in you needs for your weekend, or multi-day, backpacking trip. Women's specific suspension and a thermo-molded pre-curved, articulated waistbelt keep things comfortable where the weight should be sitting… on those hips. Side and load compression straps, along with lash tabs, give you the ability to cinch jackets and strap down sleeping pads with ease.

Price: $189.95

Sierra Designs Womens Jubilee 65 Backpack

With a super-size-me front pocket, hipbelt snap-or-snack pockets, radio/GPS attachment points, and a multitude of access points, the Sierra Designs Women's Jubilee 65 Backpack is jet-set ready to hold everything you need for weeks in the backcountry. Trekking pole loops allow for liberated hands when a scramble is neccessary, and women's specific suspension, along with a thermo-molded pre-curved waistbelt keeps things comfortable where the weight should be sitting… on those hips. Side and load compression straps, along with lash tabs, give you the ability to cinch jackets and strap down sleeping pads with ease.

Price: $168.99

Sierra Designs Herald 30 Backpack

With a super-size-me front pocket, hipbelt snap-or-snack pockets, radio/GPS attachment points, and a multitude of access points, the Sierra Designs Herald 30 Backpack parallels other backcountry packs in terms of features… it's just a tad more compact. In other words, it's ready to hold everything the minimalist in you needs for your weekend, or weeklong, backpacking trip. Trekking pole loops allow for liberated hands when a scramble is neccessary, and a thermo-molded pre-curved waistbelt keeps things comfortable where the weight should be sitting… on those hips. Side and load compression straps, along with lash tabs, give you the ability to cinch jackets and strap down sleeping pads with ease.

Price: $189.95

Sierra Designs Ministry 40 Backpack

With an emergency bivy pad, gear racking, crampon pocket, ice axe loops, hipbelt snap-or-snack pockets, radio/GPS attachment points, and a multitude of access points, the Sierra Designs Ministry 40 Backpack is more than ready to hold everything you need for your approach to the crag. Whether bouldering with a few buddies, sending a new trad route, or ice climbing in the middle of the night, this backpack has you and your climbing necesities in mind.

Price: $179.95