Brand Introduction Known first and foremost for their game changing slim wallets, Bellroy is synonymous with slick and stylish carry goods. Based out of Melbourne, Australia, Bellroy now brings even more to the table, with everything from backpacks to innovative phone cases. We also owe thanks to Bellroy for funding the fantastic content creators at
Author: Brandon Vulaj
Brand Introduction While most outdoor enthusiasts are already familiar with the Arc’teryx brand, this new release comes from their LEAF (Law Enforcement & Armed Forces) division. The Arc’teryx LEAF Courier 15 is a different offering than what we usually expect, almost bridging a gap between the very polarizing LEAF and luxury Veilance lines. And though
Brand Introduction Aer is a relatively new player in the bag game, getting their start in 2014 through crowdfunding, like many other makers nowadays. They focus on simple, functional bags that lend themselves well to travel, whether it’s to and from work or through airport security. Their styling is unique and has an obvious West
Brand Introduction Mystery Ranch has long been a name synonymous with quality, comfort, and innovation. They’ve been doing their thing since 2000, and are owned by industry veterans Dana Gleason and Renee Sippel-Baker, formerly of Dana Design; pioneers in the load bearing industry. Mystery Ranch might be best recognized by their signature Tri-Zip packs, which
EVERGOODS is the brainchild of Jack Barley and Kevin Dee, formerly of GORUCK and Patagonia respectively. After months of R&D and teasing on social media, they kicked off their brand’s first packs on Kickstarter in July 2017. There were a few hiccups in the manufacturing process which caused EVERGOODS to look to Vietnam to build their
Brandon shares his thoughts on the Arc’teryx Blade 6, a minimalist EDC pack that should be on your radar.
Founded in 2010, Boreas Gear is a relatively new company as far as outdoor gear goes these days. Since their inception, they’ve pumped out a constant stream of new, innovative packs and gear for everything from cycling, to traveling, to backpacking. One of their most interesting designs is the Bootlegger; a swappable pack system based