This iconic pack ticks so many boxes, practical, quality materials, organised, plenty of pockets, aesthetically pleasing, modular, I could go on, but I think I have highlighted a decent number of these features above. The Rush 24 would perform as well out hunting or on a European holiday as it would being the ultimate nappy bag (Im talking to you stay-at-home dads), Or all three if you are awesome.
The highly anticipated Citadel from Next Gen Warfighter is a feature heavy EDC pack sure to impress – Mike Flores shares his thoughts.
Adam takes a look at a cult classic, the Camelbak Trizip – featuring the licensed Futura Harness and Trizip system from Mystery Ranch.
Tom from Pack Hacker shares his thoughts on living out of a GORUCK GR2…
New to the pack world, Arktype have launched a small, full featured EDC pack – we got our hands on one for a review.
Brandon shares his thoughts on the Arc’teryx Blade 6, a minimalist EDC pack that should be on your radar.
Nathaniel takes a look at the VertX EDC Ready pack, a crowd favourite in the daily carry world.
n the Retail world, ‘Back to School’ is a major calendar event. It drives sales across all kinds of industries, and not just for children. For many folks it’s just code for the end of summer, change of seasons in business and leisure….
Jed takes a look at a TPP favourite, the Mystery Ranch Urban Assault – will it stack up to it’s big brothers?
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